EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier is in London today for the next round of Brexit talks amid warnings from Boris Johnson that he would abandon trade negotiations if no agreement were to be found by mid-October – a stance met with anger in Brussels and leading a senior U.S. Congressman to state that ‘there will be consequences’ for a US trade deal if, as posited by the prime minister, the protections for Northern Ireland are reneged on.
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As shown by a new YouGov survey, there is also scant support for no-deal among the British public. Of all respondents, only 24 percent said it would be a fairly/very good outcome while 50 percent said they think it would be fairly/very bad.
This chart presents British attitudes towards a no-deal Brexit.
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