We must leave the single market and customs union when we leave the EU. That’s about the only thing the official Leave and Remain campaigns agreed about, and is also the view of the EU itself.
We cannot stay half in the single market, and we should not want to.
The government has to accept the verdict of Salzburg, that the EU don’t want Chequers either.
We should offer a good Free Trade Agreement. You do not pay to trade.
The EU is merely offering a Withdrawal Agreement. That is all take for them and no give to us. We should reject it.
We should not want to spend another 21 months in the EU in a so called transition. It would be a transition to nowhere, with 21 months of uncertainty and argument over what the future might bring.
If we just leave just look at the upside:
An end to business uncertainty, and proof that the stupid scare stories were as wrong as the Remain economic forecasts for 2016-17.
£39bn to spend on tax cuts and public service improvements over two years, giving a good boost to jobs and our economy
The right to settle our own migration policy, and to encourage more people settled in the UK into jobs with better wages
Taking back control of our fish to rebuild our damaged fishing industry
Setting out our own agriculture policy so we grow more at home again as we used to before we went into the EEC/EU
Deciding on our own tariff levels – with lower tariffs or no tariffs where we cannot grow or make the things concerned.
Signing trade deals with many countries that want even better trading relations with us.
The government says it is getting on with No deal planning. So bring on the fishing, farming, trading and spending policies that we need and want, to use our new won freedoms.