Sputnik: Britain's Foreign Secretary has warned that the UK faces the possibility of ‘no Brexit' if the Prime Minister's deal is voted down. Is there any chance of Theresa May's deal being approved next week?
Sputnik: Two of the biggest donors to the Brexit campaign say they now believe the project they championed will eventually be abandoned by the government and that the United Kingdom will stay in the European Union. Has public opinion changed on Brexit, are these views reflective of the British public?
Graham Eardley: I don't think so at all. Where I live in the West Midlands, it's a very strong leave area and it still is. I'd say that the majority of people are in favour of a WTO Brexit.
Graham Eardley: The default position following the European Bill that was passed is that we will leave with a no deal if an alternative cannot be agreed. The clock is ticking to March 29th when the UK will leave the European Union, so I am hopeful that the default position of a no deal WTO Brexit will come into force.
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