Lancasterclaret wrote:Common sense and logic is not what you are using here Colburn.
There isn't an logic without evidence for starters. You don't read about it so you don't know what to base it on. That is the absolute opposite of logic.
And the deals could take years. Do not forget that a "No Deal" will be 100% the UKs fault and will be viewed internationally that way. The governments of the countries affected will take into account when we negotiate.
A "No Deal" affects all that in the future as well.
I haven't read it anywhere, but maybe you have.
Are businesses both sides of the Channel happy about a No Deal Brexit. Has any of them claimed, there not happy about it, but we'll just accept it. I don't believe I need any evidence for that.
There is no need for deals to take years. You've already stated how many of the Deals, we were happy to sign up to. We aren't rewriting all of them, just trying to broker deals on the bits that we disagree on. According to you in many previous posts, that's very little. Even the bits we might disagree on there is always the fall back of WTO. The paperwork is already in place, understood by both sides and ready to go. Any company exporting to Europe is likely to know what is needed to revert to those rules.
The problem here is you and so many like you are always looking for the obstacles, instead of looking for the solutions. It's a mind set that all successful people employ.
**** happens, do you spend all day staring at it, or do you clean it up. Once you accept a situation, life becomes a lot easier.
In all my experience I've never yet known a problem that got resolved by moaning. That doesn't mean you have to be a happy about it, that's different, but moaning is a waste of time.