Not even sure which thread to post on any longer. Brexit, deal or no deal, project fear. Anyway, it's here.
Mrs May said in the scrutiny committee thingy last week that 'no deal ' was only an option if a 'good deal' had not been reached. So, she said there would not be a 'no deal' scenario because her deal is a 'good deal' .
That leads me to ask why all the ships were being lined up in the event of a 'no deal' at astronomical costs because she's already signed the withdrawal agreement by that point and she said her deal was a 'good deal' .
Today According to the Sunday Times, Mrs May is willing to compromise on three areas: customs, goods alignment and workers' rights.
So therefore the 'deal ' is not finalised. Yes /No ?
If she is willing to compromise, what is Corbyn willing to compromise or is it now Corbyn's way or no way ?
I could be getting more confused as time goes by, as this morning I was walking around in my dressing gown clutching my car keys. So it happens to us all eventually !