Guy Verhofstadt is still trying to place new demands for the Withdrawal Agreement to pass the EU Parliament. Do those who live on the continent believe that the EU Parliament should fail to ratify the agreement if the UK dose not give provisional agreement to align with the EU in the FTA, and what do you think are the chances are of the UK leaving without a deal at the end of month?.....or are you resigned to the EU Parliament being a rubber stamp in the withdrawl process?
Besides you clearly show a lag of understanding of the EU, yet again, what are you saying here? I guinually not get what you are getting at?
If our Parlement wants something in extra put in the WA, before they ratify it, it is their right to do so, your Parlement rejected it a few times, so why can't ours? If that happens then it is up to the UK to decide what to do with it, accept it or reject it, if the latter, they could ask for an extension yet again, or leave without a deal, that is still up to the UK, as it always was. You still seem to believe that threatening to blow your foot off will get you special treatment, it doesn't.
Like we have said before, 3 scenarios are possible for Johnson at the end of the year, given that a full new FTA within a year is not possible:
1. ask for an extension --> deadline not met, Johnson breaks another promise
2. copy an existing FTA from Norway or Switzerland --> Brino, UK not as "free" as promised by the Brexiteers, Johnson breaks another promise
3. hard Brexit with all the economic consequences of it - but you reject it because you say you can't measure the effect, but heck the rest of the world see it for what it is - --> Johnson / Brexitremist will be seen for what they are, liers and fantasts, not delivering the big economic gains what they promised.
We'll see whatever scenario becomes true at the end of the year.