1. Prepare for the end game of being completely out and trading under WTO rules.
2. Spend 2 years negotiating better access and terms at no extra cost to us and with Referendum promises intact..
3. If regotiations fail to deliver 2. fall back to option1.
That. Is. It.
I still can't understand all the endless hours of TV coverage, with numerous talking heads espousing opinions.
All the clamour for a plan from the government. The plan is: plan for the worst, negotiate a better option.
That's what negotiations are all about. it's the same as trading: you negotiate to buy at a low price, without revealing to the seller how high you are willing to buy, how much you are willing to spend. You then negotiate to sell without revealing how low you would sell at. It's something you don't reveal in advance. Ever.
It's called maximising profit, leverage, commercial advantage.
Something those MPs in Parliament baying to be told the plan have no clue about.
Hence the apallingly poor deals we've had on PPI, Defence, Health, and virtually any other contract the government have negotiated.
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