Posted: Jun 14, 2019 3:31 am
by Matt_B
Obviously no-deal really just means no-trade-deal, with everything else having to be worked out against a background of the UK being unceremoniously dumped out of every international agreement it currently partakes in by virtue of being an EU member, when the latter concludes the emergency arrangements that will only be put into place to protect the interests of its own.

That said, I wouldn't totally rule out the possibility that Johnson would force the country into that situation, only to jump ship and let someone else pick up the mess when things don't go to plan. He'd only be following in the footsteps of the last two Prime Ministers, after all.