The frontrunner to be next Prime Minister has described the looming prospect of a No Deal Brexit as “vanishingly inexpensive”.
During the head-to-head Conservative debate yesterday, Boris said that the “crucial thing is to prepare” for No Deal.
It would mean that a WTO Brexit would be “vanishingly inexpensive” if the country was ready, including making sure the agricultural sector and other areas are “properly safeguarded”
Justice Secretary David Gauke hit out at Boris, saying: “This isn’t preparing the British public with the realities of ‘No Deal’.
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Boris has promised to deliver at the end of October, deal or No Deal. The UK can and will thrive as an independent country fully outside of the EU’s control on a No Deal basis. But will he deliver as Prime Minister?