UK Independence Party: “Theresa May’s ‘Deal or No Deal’ question has an easy answer…”

Prime Minister Theresa May arrives at Downing Street in London, Britain (EPA)

The impact of a no-deal Brexit could be as catastrophic as the financial crisis with house prices plummeting by a third, Bank of England Governor Mark Carney has warned Prime Minister Theresa May and her ministers.

Breaking News17 September – 2018

In an interview with the BBC’s Panorama programme due to be broadcast tonight, Prime Minister Theresa May said that MPs will have a choice between her Brexit deal, or no deal.

In an interview with the BBC’s Panorama programme due to be broadcast tonight, Prime Minister Theresa May said that MPs will have a choice between her Brexit deal, or no deal.
The UK is set to leave the EU on 29 March 2019, and negotiations between the two sides are still taking place.
UKIP Leader Gerard Batten commented,

“After a summer of dripping Project Fear 2.0 into the public’s ears, Mrs May has put down an in or out option.

Theresa May’s ‘Deal or No Deal’ question has an easy answer “I call on all Leave MPs to reject the flimsy agreement Mrs May is putting together and support a full unencumbered exit from the EU under WTO rules.” – UKIP Leader @GerardBattenMEPwww.ukip.org/national-u…pic.twitter.com/d2kNFvT…

“UKIP has always said that no deal, which is really reverting to WTO terms, is better than a bad deal with the EU.  Mrs May’s deal, whatever the particulars, will not be what the British people voted for on June 23rd, 2016, it will be Brexit in name only.
“I call on all Leave MPs to reject the flimsy agreement Mrs May is putting together and support a full unencumbered exit from the EU under World Trade Organisation rules.”
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