Almost everyday I hear/listen in the news the debate about a no deal versus a bad deal… and arguments in favour and against each one of them. The major one, as everyone is aware, is that a no deal between UK and EU is better than a bad deal.
But there are two simple things that no one seems able to answer…
1. What is a bad deal? How can someone classify a deal as bad or good without any specific measures?
2. How bad (and how to measure this) needs to be the deal to be worse than a no deal?