We know the EU are playing hardball, at the end of the day there is no need to change how tariffs work or indeed change anything at the borders. We are leaving the EU club not Europe if they don't want our money then lets spend it elsewhere with those who want a free trade deal with us.
That's the problem most of the manufacturing has gone to Europe while we rely on bankers and have to bail them out every now and again. We need manufacturing to come back, it will take time but believe it will over a period of time.
If manufacturers are moving back to Japan and Europe they will want a trade deal to sell back to us. Japan used the UK as a way to get into Europe, now they have a trade deal with the EU they are dumping us.
Lots of industry and manufacturing moved to eastern Europe from the UK because of cheap labour costs this was happening well before we wanted to leave.
What amazes me we already have a trade agreement with the EU so what's the problem. They are just playing hard ball and if we do manage to leave without a deal they will be knocking at the door trying to get one asap. After all they are trying to do trade deals with the rest of the world yet seem not to want one with one of their biggest importers. mmmmmmm
What if the public vote to leave again, will you want another one just to make sure. Thing is we still don't know the facts all we have is what may happen. And what happens in 2020 if we remain in the EU. Strange how the media isn't talking about that.
Increased payments to the EU, more power to EU courts, hey we may even be forced to adopt the euro.