12th Jun 2019
The EU hasn’t said Brexit will collapse the EU budget
The EU didn’t admit its budget will collapse without the UK’s contribution post-Brexit. The EU are in the process of agreeing a budget, without the UK, for 2021-27.
Claim that extending the Brexit transition period could cost £380 billion is not credible
Claim that 7.7% of UK goods exports go to the EU is a big underestimate
The government’s “£1.8 billion pay rise” from a US trade deal doesn’t outweigh the impacts of Brexit on wages
No, the Treasury doesn’t expect the economy to shrink if we sign a Canada-style deal with the EU
When arriving to an EU airport, which queue do I now use at passport control?
The European Community supported Britain during the Falklands War
Iceland has not declared that all religions are mental disorders
You can have freedom of movement outside the EU if you’re in the single market
Brexit: What will change after 31 January?
Has the “cost of Brexit” amounted to more than the UK’s total net contributions over 47 years?