Plus a sixth, less formal, question: are they ridiculous?
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It would increase our power to control freedom of movement, plus our laws and finances – and deliver on the referendum result.
Norway-to-Canada was one thing. Norway-plus-the-backstop is another. It is inferior even to the Prime Minister’s proposed deal.
Robert Halfon: My constituents are against us shelling out £39 billion for nothing. Anyway, are we really obliged to pay?
If all this is correct, the EEA route seems to me a sensible way forward if Parliament can’t agree on a deal.
“I’m against an extension to transition”, Rees-Mogg confirms. Plus: How many letters does he think Brady holds? And could there be a second referendum?
We prefer Canada Plus Plus Plus. But a question could emerge over the next few months: is it a better option than an unmanageable No Deal – or even no Brexit at all?
Daniel Hannan: It should be obvious, not controversial, to seek a deep friendship with our EU neighbours
In the third piece in our mini-series evaluating the EEA, our columnist wonders how both sides managed to become so hostile to moderate concepts.
Henry Newman: Has the Prime Minister’s change of tack on Brexit bought any goodwill with her EU counterparts?
We will know soon enough, when the leaders reassemble for the next opportunity to break the impasse.
Do they become the party of the provincial working class and lower middle class? Or do they fight to maintain their status as the party of the affluent middle class?
George Trefgarne is the author of Metroboom: Lessons from Britain's recovery in the 1930s, published by the Centre for Policy… Read more »
George Trefgarne, a Director of Open Europe, remembers the campaign that kept Britain out of the €uro and notes, wistfully,… Read more »
George Trefgarne writes a column for the Daily Mail Uniquely among European nations, Britain does not lose wars. Yet we… Read more »