So Brexit is pretty much done
Ok we're in a position now where Brexit will pretty much go through now and the National Institute of Economic and Social Research (who knew) have said that we will take a £70Bn hit over the next 10 years because of that decision.

The government have said they will hope to negotiate a better deal than the free trade deal we had in place which seems optimistic based on two small points - Free trade sounds pretty decent, I'm intrigued to see what is better than free; and our negotiating hasn't exactly been 'on point' over the past 3 years. 

And there is another small point - in order for the EU to accept our negotiation request of better than free trade they will more than likely want free movement of citizens.

So, after all that, the last 4 years of fighting, the next decade at least of being worse off, and not even mentioning the risks to our NHS etc, what was / is the fucking point?

We can do our own trade deals? We had trade deals in place through the EU - which one's were so bad that we needed to get control of them? Simply put, where on the planet are these markets that we didn't have access to?


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