Brits have nothing to fear from Brexit, but leaving with a deal is undoubtedly the best

It is certainly better to leave the EU with a deal.

This is partly because it would pave the way and reduce concern for those doing business with the EU or simply being vacationers.

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"Leaving the EU is not about disliking our European neighbors, it is about escaping a failed economic model and restoring democratic control over the country's future."

Project Fear may not be true, but it has frightened people, which is irresponsible on behalf of the ancestors and a pity for those affected. More importantly, it is better for Britain to leave friendly than hostile conditions.

Leaving the EU is not about disliking our European neighbors, it is about escaping a failed economic model and restoring democratic control over the country's future. It makes sense to move away in order to maintain as much friendship as possible.

However, the European Union remains an important economic partner and market. On many international issues, the United Kingdom and the EU will continue to pursue similar goals and personal friendships. and connections remain. A deal would help ease all of this and would even be worth a modest payment.

This does not mean that the UK has to fear leaving without the current resignation agreement or a possible alternative. The recent Today program with Mr. Puissesseau, President of the Port of Calais and Deputy Mayor, eliminated the main Project Fear structure project.

    Mr Puissesseau, President of the Port of Calais, put an end to the Brexit deadlock

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Mr Puissesseau, President of the Port of Calais, put an end to the Brexit deadlock

Almost all risks come from the Dover Calais route, which stops and stops food, medicines and ingredients. However, the idea that just-in-time deliveries require the EU is ridiculous. It is used across many international borders in many non-EU countries. Mr. Puissesseau said this will not happen. He even complained that Calais's preparations were not disrespectful and that no additional delays were imposed. Amusingly, the interview was set up and introduced to give the opposite answer, and the band is well worth listening to because the official BBC view is uncomfortable.

In addition to the ongoing flow of goods, British taxpayers would save £ 39 billion on a no-deal tax deduction, money that could be used to lower taxes to help our domestic economy, and enough money for exporters who have very high tariffs ,

    Calais would not see any extra checks for trucks when we leave, the boss of the port insisted

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Calais would not see any extra checks for trucks when we leave, the boss of the port insisted

The benefits of Brexit would become more prevalent as barriers to trade would decrease in 2019 rather than 2021, which could lead to a sharp fall in food, clothing and footwear costs if the government followed reasonable guidelines. This is worst for the people in society.

Trade is supported by the lack of barriers, be it collectively or regulatory. The EU specializes in building barriers for a fortress Europe. If we do not renounce a trade agreement under WTO rules, we could look ahead to the rest of the world earlier and open up opportunities. There is really nothing to fear but to fear oneself.

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