Monday, 5 December 2016

Very Wise To Settle?

Boris Johnson was perfectly clear on The Andrew Marr Show.

As long as no "large sums" were involved, then the United Kingdom ought to pay a subscription for tariff-free access to the Single Market.

A subscription for which the technical term would be a "tariff".

Even Peter Hitchens now wants only "halfway out", specifically that "we might be very wise to settle for a Norway-style arrangement".

The other view on the Right is that of Anna Soubry, undoubtedly the voice of no small number of Conservative MPs, in which Parliament simply rejects Article 50 or any other Brexit measure altogether.

With dozens of Remain seats in the South, the Conservative Party is now terrified of the resurgent Liberal Democrats.

But there is an alternative to all of this.

His name is Jeremy Corbyn.

1 comment:

  1. It's time to face facts, we're never leaving the Single Market and probably never leaving the EU, that's just reality. Even David Davis is so desperate to stay in, he'll pay a tariff for tariff-free access.