I have always been strongly in favour of Brexit for logical reasons. Being free to negotiate trade deals with the rest of the world without interference from Europe gives us a very clear advantage over our EU neighbours. Then there was the matter of the £8bn per year net contribution into Europe that could be used to bolster Britain’s economy. Cutting out all the bureaucracy was another major advantage.
But talk of a £40bn-plus Brexit divorce bill and significant cuts to the UK’s growth forecast has dampened the spirits of even the most optimistic Brexit voter. The price tag placed on breaking the deadlock in negotiations is proof that Theresa May and key Cabinet figures have succumbed to EU bullying tactics.
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