The Brexit process resembles a slow motion car crash. But of all the many twists and turns that we have had to endure in recent weeks, perhaps the most torturous has been the path trodden by the most committed proponents of the UK’s exit from the EU: the so-called “no-dealers”.
Having once been the shock troops of the Brexit movement, they now stand accused of being the principal reason for the failure to deliver its practical outcome.
For these Brexiters, the logic of a no-deal rests on the UK having a complete break with the EU, and therefore being the ultimate expression of the 2016 referendum result.
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