Can't '˜have cake and eat it'

So we can't have 'cake and eat it', asks Angels for Europe.

Friday, 21st July 2017, 1:00 pm
Updated Monday, 11th September 2017, 11:49 am

A report informs us that British officials have abandoned the Government’s “cake and eat it” Brexit deal. They accept that there will be a painful trade-off between market access and political control if and when Britain leaves the EU.

This is different from the position of both main political parties, but civil servants are now presenting ministers with compromise positions, the report tells us.

It also said that Terry Scuoler, chief executive of the Engineering Employers’ Federation, was to meet David Davis, Phil Hammond and Greg Clark and warn them not to “set about ideologically dismantling the best free-trade agreement in the world”.

Quite. Why Leave?

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