Thus saith the Lord God of Abraham Isaac and Jacob
Thus saith the Lord God of the whole of creation the sooner the better it would be for the UK to accept that there is going to be a hard no deal Brexit and be prepared for it to happen the negotiations with the EU on the Brexit process in as far as a trade and finance deal is concerned has been a waste of time and effort right from the start as the EU set down its red lines beyond which it will not and cannot go especially in as far as trade and finance were and are concerned it said when the Brexit process and the negotiations on the UK leaving the EU began that the UK could not cherry pick as it put it and if the UK had been adamant on its red lines beyond which it would not go then the negotiations in as far as Brexit was concerned would have been short and sweet for the two no go areas of the these negotiations are on the EU’s side its four freedoms policy on trade and finance meaning membership of the single market and the customs union and the oversight of the EU courts of Justice and on the United Kingdom’s side that it would in no way relinquish any part of the United Kingdom for any reason whatsoever especially in the negotiations for a trade and finance deal were concerned example reunification of Northern and Southern Ireland so that a free open border could exist between the two and the good Friday agreement could continue and there could exist between Spain and Gibraltar if it remain in the EU an open border effectively being separated from the UK and returned to Spain as also would it be with Ireland. But if the UK agreed to Northern Ireland and Gibraltar remaining in the EU where would it leave the UK still outside of the EU after Brexit and the EU still insisting on its four freedoms policy which if the UK will not agree to them then a trade deal with the EU would and is definitely off the table. The point is that unless the UK remains a member of the single market and customs union adhering to the four freedoms of the EU there can be no trade and finance deal and that means the whole of the UK not just two parts of it which would mean that effectively the UK remaining in the EU. But as said if the UK agreed to Northern Ireland and Gibraltar remaining in the EU the UK still could have a trade deal with the EU. The bottom line is that unless the UK remains in the EU there can be no trade and finance deal with the EU and there is no way of negotiating round these two red lines unless not one side both sides are willing to compromise and in as far as that is concerned even if both sides are willing to compromise there is little or no room for compromise. So you see that no matter what each sides tries to do to come to an agreement unless the UK is willing to break up the UK and the EU forget its four freedoms policy the Brexit destination has been cut and dried from the very beginning, a hard no deal Brexit.
This is the Word of the Lord God unto thee.
from the prophet of the Lord God