Leader of the House of Commons Andrea Leadsom supports the idea of a so-called managed No Deal Brexit. In light of the fact that the United Kingdom is set to withdraw from the European Union on the 29th March 2019, there is nationwide support for a No Deal, according to a 185,000-strong 61% of the British public want a leave the EU without a deal.
Commons leader Leadsom explained how she believed a No Deal Brexit could be enacted, speaking to the BBC: “A managed No Deal does not necessarily mean that there is no Withdrawal Agreement at all.
“What I’m looking at is trying to find an alternative that, in the event we can’t agree to this deal, there could be a further deal which looks at a more minimalist approach that enables us to leave with some kind of deal and implementation period that avoids the cliff edge and uncertainty for businesses and travellers and so on.”
Andrea Leadsom outlines her idea of a managed No Deal Brexit: “minimalist approach… with some kind of implementation period”
Conservative MP Dominic Raab who recently resigned from Theresa May’s cabinet also claims that the United Kingdom has the ability to thrive in a No Deal Brexit scenario and take back control.
The United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union with a historic margin that was the largest ever recorder in British political history and the people vote for independence, and control. No Deal is overwhelming becoming the most viable option available.
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