Brexit: Dominic Raab confident of getting a good deal


Just hours after the Government released a new set of papers on how a no-deal Brexit would impact things, Dominic Raab told the BBC that he was confident of getting a good deal but added that Britain must be prepared for the possibility of leaving EU without an agreement.

The cabinet is confident of a trade deal but is prepared in case the “ambition, the pragmatism we are showing is not matched on the EU side”, the Brexit secretary told BBC’s political editor Laura Kuenssberg today.

Meanwhile, earlier today, Raab had written in The Daily Telegraph that the government “would not pay the terms of the financial settlement” if an agreement with the bloc was not reached.