Greg Clark, Conserviative MP for Tunbridge Wells and business secretary has warned if the UK should enter into a no-deal Brexit, this would be a “mistake that we would regret forever.”
Clark said to the Times newspaper, “The prospects of a disorderly Brexit are very severe for every part of the country and I think it’s entirely reasonable for companies who know what they need and the consequences they face, who invest billions of pounds in this county and employ hundreds of thousands of people, to share that analysis.
“If they were to point this out afterwards, they would be criticised for having not spoken up.
Clark added, “Conversations that I’ve had suggest there is a recognition that a no-deal Brexit on the 29th March would be a disaster for this country, but it would also be deeply damaging for other countries in the EU . . . I think there is a willingness to try to solve this.”
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