No actually; I support the previous Government position of no deal is better than a bad deal.
It seems Macron is a supporter of that adage as well
to know what to walk away from I think UK should define and express what is a good deal and what is a bad deal. I feel I never really got that from any brexiteer. Defined the good deal I would like to understand what a brexiteers expect from EU, based on condition that something UK would not accept, it cannot expect EU to agree to either like respect sovereign on both sides, respect the democratic system and process on both sides, respect that no side will accept to work against their sovereign interest red line, in EU case protect the single market.
You would have to go over the various Brexit thread to get an idea of that, everyone has a different perception on it.
From my point of view our troubles started with the appointment of a pro-EU negotiations team with May being more of an appeaser than someone whom was trying to get the best deal for the UK, from the start from Cameron’s declaration that leaving the EU meant leaving the CU/SM that was well known.
A withdrawal agreement is just that a withdrawal of the entire UK from the customs territory of the EU. The only thing needed to be settled from a withdrawal agreement was the financial aspect nothing more
As I remember it ms may appointed Davis Davis and Mr johnsson as negotiator and forreign minister the 2 most important position. Mr Davis showed to be not as efficient as negotiator as mr barnier I must admit.
Ok. Leaving CU/SM. Why negotiate then? WTO here we come! How was a goodbposition in Ireland onevof the most important areas in the A50 negotiation? Is the current model to in everything but on the map leave NI to ROI like mr Johnsson did or ms may model to try to keep it in the union best?
Does by the way ms may or mr johnsson government reflect best that 2 nations of 4 in the UK union voted to stay in EU? What is a good outcome of negotiations reflecting this fact? Some might say that while mr johnsson now ignoring this fact he jepordize the junion. Is this a good outcome or was ms may approach with NI better?
Ms may and brexiteers including mr johnsson wanted to keep eu financial institutions in london and keep passporting rights / free movement for uk financial setvices and personal in EU. What is a good outcome considering that financial district stands for a mayor uncounted part of uk exports?
If financial industry gets free movement shall uk music industry get free movement as well?
Uk car industry and suppliers exports 90 % of ots production to EU and is in many cases us or japanese manufactorers. Is no tarriff no quota good enough or does delays at borders creates a problem?
FTA japan EU became much simplier to negotiate after uK departure including 0 tarriff 0 quota for japanise cars to EU and german swedish cars to japan. Should a good income have been to continue having a veto over EU FTA in order to protect the future of Japanese car manufactoring in UK?
Shall UK be part of erasmus that has been a great tool to the uk export industry "universities"?
Shall UK be part of the duropean health card system, the blue card?
Shall UK universities have access to EU funding for research? Until reasent uk universities got huge fundjng for research projects making them ranking very high internationally.
The list can be long. The last question shall uk be able to participate in some of the mentioned or is it ok if EU demands take nothing or nothing at all?