Re: Only negative ones?
@Kiwi. If it was about a trade deal, the way normal people think about a trade deal. But it's not. it's about everything else too, like with the TTIP.
Think about it for a moment, is there any country in this world that does not sell their products in the EU (including the UK), now I am sure perhaps there could be some island in the Pacific, perhaps a country in Africa that has nothing to export.
And then there are people who claim we have no trade, no products from China, the USA and so forth, but just believe me, I have seen American cars on the street, Chines tools in my home.
And then there are, of course, Brits who think nobody wants to sell them anything because of the EU, totally forgetting that trade is both import and export where importing stuff is just nice and easy while again exporting stuff is about actually producing something somebody wants to buy, and that the EU has, the bastards, prevented the UK to produce wonderful stuff for 40 years and now the whole world is waiting for all that new wonderful stuff and Boris is forced to answer the phone all the time. There was that time, in the past, when trade was about importing for "one" and then exporting that same stuff for "ten", are May & co still living in those times.