Richard Tice – “There’s still a possibility of no deal. I am completely relaxed about no deal.”

Richard Tice, Brexit Party chairman and former MEP has said that Boris should demand negotiators to finalise what parts of the agreement they agree on so they can work on the more contentious aspects of the talks at a later date, rather than focusing on a complete deal.

In an interview with the Express, Mr Tice said: “I still think that a partial deal will be achieved at the eleventh hour.

“It will allow both sides to claim they’ve maintained some of their red lines.
“It will be a partial deal as opposed to a fully comprehensive deal.
“Split it into phases, agree what you can agree, get it done, get it signed and move to the next phase.
“That’s how we should treat all our trade negotiations.
“There’s still a possibility of no deal. I am completely relaxed about no deal.”An internal report demands the British Library statues and busts including the British botanist and co-founder of the Library, Sir Joseph Banks, to be removed. They also want a review of the statue of King George III in the hope that is also removed. 

Richard Tice fights for a real Brexit

Mr Tice stated that UK negotiator David Frost had been “Frustrating” the EU chief trade negotiator Michel Barnier with his continuous rejection of his demands. This has given tremendous confidence that the UK is in the right place in these negotiations.

Mr Tice said: “At the moment I’ve got great confidence in our chief negotiator David Frost.

“I think the EU are without question smart people, great negotiators.

“Barnier is trying the same tactic he tried last time of agreeing a couple of things up front before moving on.

“He’s trying to do that with fishing and the level playing field.
“And quite rightly David Frost is saying ‘nothing is agreed until everything is agreed’, and that’s frustrating Barnier.”

With the seventh round of negotiations coming to another deadlock Mr Barnier along with Frost said a deal done before the year’s end is looking “unlikely”.

UK negotiator Mr Frost said: “The EU is still insisting not only that we must accept continuity with EU state aid and fisheries policy, but also that this must be agreed before any further substantive work can be done in any other area of the negotiation, including on legal texts.

“This makes it unnecessarily difficult to make progress.
“There are other significant areas which remain to be resolved and, even where there is a broad understanding between negotiators; there is a lot of detail to work through.
“Time is short for both sides.”

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3 thoughts on “Richard Tice – “There’s still a possibility of no deal. I am completely relaxed about no deal.”

  1. We should have walked away 3 yrs ago I’m fed up being dictated by the EU how would they like it
    Why should we continue to negotiate with the EU just leave. They don’t want a deal they just want to prolong in the hope for another transition period, and that’s what we don’t want we have given them enough time they don’t want us to be sovereign so the time has come to end negotiations and leave.

  2. It’s easy to say walk away now, but by walking away you remove the possibility that the EU will crumble in the last hours if we hold firm. The EU can’t afford a no deal. We can. They will fold like an old deck chair in the last hours .. so very important not to walk away till the end.
    Just stand firm, give them nothing.. one thing I am at a loss for, is why we owe them money? Surely it should be the other way round.. all the years we’ve invested in the construction of the EU.. when we walk away, they will be getting our share of the sum of our years of investment.. surely THEY should be paying something for that, not asking for money on top of getting our share of the EU too??

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3 thoughts on “Richard Tice – “There’s still a possibility of no deal. I am completely relaxed about no deal.”

  1. We should have walked away 3 yrs ago I’m fed up being dictated by the EU how would they like it
    Why should we continue to negotiate with the EU just leave. They don’t want a deal they just want to prolong in the hope for another transition period, and that’s what we don’t want we have given them enough time they don’t want us to be sovereign so the time has come to end negotiations and leave.

  2. It’s easy to say walk away now, but by walking away you remove the possibility that the EU will crumble in the last hours if we hold firm. The EU can’t afford a no deal. We can. They will fold like an old deck chair in the last hours .. so very important not to walk away till the end.
    Just stand firm, give them nothing.. one thing I am at a loss for, is why we owe them money? Surely it should be the other way round.. all the years we’ve invested in the construction of the EU.. when we walk away, they will be getting our share of the sum of our years of investment.. surely THEY should be paying something for that, not asking for money on top of getting our share of the EU too??

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