Only one week after it was revealed (see our related coverage) that Mr. George Soros is investing heavily to get a second Brexit referendum organized so the British people can still change their mind, the scaremongering has really begun now that the ‘Sunday Times’ stated that the UK’s Brexit negotiator, Mr. David Davis, had ordered contingency planning in case there was a ‘no deal’ scenario.
Prime Minister Ms. Theresa May had famously claimed at the beginning of negotiations that ‘no deal was better than a bad deal’, and the newspaper revealed what ‘no deal’ would entail
According to The Sunday Times, Mr. Davis is looking at three possible solutions: a good deal, a bad deal, and no deal.
And even in the bad deal scenario, so not even the most negative, the United Kingdom is facing difficult times it would appear.
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The port of Dover would be facing problems as from day one because all incoming products must be checked according to new regulations as Britain would no longer be part of the single market. Remote areas like Cornwall and Scotland would find empty supermarket shelves after three to four days and hospitals would be running out of medication because of the expected delays in customs checking. In this case, the Royal Air Force would need to be called in to offer a solution in supplying these parts of the kingdom.
However, Brexit advocates claim the article and its related plans are simply a new version of 'Project Fear' which aims to bring the British back to the negotiating table for a second referendum on EU membership.
At the end of this month, UK Prime Minister Ms. Theresa May is set to meet her European colleagues in Brussels, where she will unfold her future plans.