UK prime minister Theresa May claimed that when dealing with the EU concerning Brexit, “no deal is better than a bad deal”. Unfortunately the Brexit is calling this claim “unsubstantiated”. This is until the impact on the economy of the United Kingdom is known.
Theresa May stated that the government is prepared for all scenarios because she wants to get the “best deal possible for the UK”. The Brexit committee will like the government to state terms worse than, no deal. The committee also wants an assessment of all the implications and the necessary measures that will be taken to combat these implications.
Brexit negotiations are to take place over the next 2 years. There are over 12 points set out however the 2 prominent points are immigration and the UK taking control of its own laws.
The members of parliament will also like to vote on if Brexit should proceed if no deal is reached.