seahawk wrote:aviationaware wrote:"Compromise" and "raising questions" - all fair and good. Cancelling Brexit and overturning the vote is neither of those things.
There is no compromise in Brexit. Out means out - and that means fully and completely out and free.
Ok so what next? If there is no compromising how is the UK to sign new deals? How about new treaties? If we are not going to compromise in a deal with the EU, then how will a hard line work with current America First policies for the USA? If reports are to be believed the US wants concessions in a future US-UK air traffic treaty to replace the current EU-US one, that doesn't bode well for future deals.
Should the conservative hard liners take us down the the tax haven route? What measures should be taken to cushion the impact on businesses that currently trade heavily with the EU? How can the Irish border issue be sorted while respecting the GFA and WTO obligations?
Lots of work for leave to do, and some tough decisions ahead