The options for #Brexit are still:
- May's deal as is
- No deal
That's it, and whenever there is a focus on that Remain clearly comes out as the better option
But we don't focus on that because too many powerful groups want to pretend there's a unicorn 4th way
Corbyn's front bench want to pretend there's a Labour "better" deal following new negotiations
And with respect to the Norway + supporters, whilst Remainers would accept this, it's not actually on the table as a confirmed option
All 4 creating confusion & misdirection at a crucial time
It's a national misapprehension: the UK will, surely, get the deal it wants because, well, its the UK
And in particular we can't have a proper appreciation of No deal & it's consequences, because the debate is clouded by the mythical "4th way"
Probably the latter as no deal is really a continuation of "they need us more than we need them"
"they need our £39b, they'll cave" is the message & blackmail the intention
#Brexit isn't complicated, it never was, and the options have always been No Deal (genuine, catastrophic no deal), some variation of May's deal or Remain.
An honest, straightforward discussion on that basis would focus thinking
And by lying to themselves & the public they are letting us all down
But perhaps 40% believe that threatening no deal will get to the deal Vote Leave promised.
Why not? They're constantly being told a better deal is available