Option to remain within the EU if the negotiated deal leaves us worse off than we are now
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While the British public voted to leave the EU, we still have no idea whether doing so would leave us better off or worse. We are apparently asked to accept that, despite this uncertainty, Brexit is irreversible. Common sense says it needs to be reversible.
We should therefore retain the option to reverse that decision should the negotiated deal be seen to leave us worse off over all. The terms of the deal must be made public at the end of the negotiating period, and the public given the opportunity to reject it, and either remain as an EU member state, or leave anyway.
Whether you voted Remain or Leave, you should have the opportunity to weigh up the facts after the negotiation and decide the future of Britain based on those facts and their implications.
I am therefore calling for a 3-option referendum at the end of the negotiating period 1) Take the deal and leave the EU, 2) Reject the deal and remain part of the EU, 3) Reject the deal and revert to ITO trade terms.
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