Both Tory leadership contenders are pandering to the idea that a No Deal Brexit will not hurt Britain’s future. But when the victor reaches No 10, he will get a shock, writes Dinesh Dhamija.
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Dinesh Dhamija is a businessman and a Liberal Democrat MEP for London.
Jeremy Hunt thinks that he can console British business owners if they go bust from a no-deal Brexit, simply by telling them: “if we don’t do what the people tell us to do, we’re not a democracy.” As if that will soothe them. It’s an insult to the very tradition he invokes.
There is not, and has never been, a popular or parliamentary mandate for leaving the EU without a deal.
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