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Old 29.12.2018, 20:21
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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No I answered it, it's not an answer you wish to hear as you are stuck in an echo chamber. No deal is the default scenario of A50, quite what you don't understand about that?
But as I pointed out before - a no deal is still a what-if ( and not a certainty ) scenario as I said
in my reply !!
Therefore sorry mate but still an extra cost, as you have to also factor in the possibility
of the Withdrawal Agreement or a Withdrawal Agreement being passed by Parliament.

And that's on top of other what-if's like another general election, a 2nd Referendum, etc, etc.

Which could all take time and add to the cost, cost, cost !!

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