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Theresa May’s deal has been defeated again and now MPs will vote on whether or not to take no deal “off the table”. But fears of a no-deal Brexit are hugely exaggerated, not least because “no deal” is not what will happen under any circumstances. A series of mini-deals between the UK, the EU and non-EU countries, plus unilateral preparations by the UK, means many of the building blocks for a managed no-deal Brexit are in place.

The assumption that leaving without a deal means we will never have a free-trade agreement with the EU is not true either. No deal should not last long as it is likely that both sides would agree at the very least a basic deal with no tariffs or quantitative restrictions...

Theresa May’s deal has been defeated again and now MPs will vote on whether or not to take no deal “off the table”. But fears of a no-deal Brexit are hugely exaggerated, not least because “no deal” is not what will happen under any circumstances. A series of mini-deals between the UK, the EU and non-EU countries, plus unilateral preparations by the UK, means many of the building blocks for a managed no-deal Brexit are in place.

The assumption that leaving without a deal means we will never have a free-trade agreement with the EU is not true either. No deal should not last long as it is likely that both sides would agree at the very least a basic deal with no tariffs or quantitative restrictions...

Theresa May’s deal has been defeated again and now MPs will vote on whether or not to take no deal “off the table”. But fears of a no-deal Brexit are hugely exaggerated, not least because “no deal” is not what will happen under any circumstances. A series of mini-deals between the UK, the EU and non-EU countries, plus unilateral preparations by the UK, means many of the building blocks for a managed no-deal Brexit are in place.

The assumption that leaving without a deal means we will never have a free-trade agreement with the EU is not true either. No deal should not last long as it is likely that both sides would agree at the very least a basic deal with no tariffs or quantitative restrictions...

Theresa May’s deal has been defeated again and now MPs will vote on whether or not to take no deal “off the table”. But fears of a no-deal Brexit are hugely exaggerated, not least because “no deal” is not what will happen under any circumstances. A series of mini-deals between the UK, the EU and non-EU countries, plus unilateral preparations by the UK, means many of the building blocks for a managed no-deal Brexit are in place.

The assumption that leaving without a deal means we will never have a free-trade agreement with the EU is not true either. No deal should not last long as it is likely that both sides would agree at the very least a basic deal with no tariffs or quantitative restrictions...