Re: "You Brexit, you bought it."
This is as usual interesting. The issue is apparently a lack of policy (as the 'negotiations' continue) and that large problem would surely be solved by policy. The lack of policy being due to ongoing 'negotiations' which the EU shows little interest in negotiating. So we hard brexit, policy can be decided and this fairly valid problem is no longer the problem.
In return are a bunch of downvotes and pointless comments with little value remoaning (I hate the term but it is valid here). Is that because I am right and hard brexit would remove an obstruction to policy?