Leave the EU without a deal in March 2019.

We are wasting Billions of pounds of taxpayers money trying to negotiate in a short space of time. Leaving the EU in March 2019 will allow the UK good time to negotiate more efficiently. The EU will be more eager to accept a deal on our terms having lost a major partner.

This petition closed on 17 Apr 2019 with 608,152 signatures


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Recent Documents related to Leave the EU without a deal in March 2019.

1. Leave the EU without a deal in March 2019.
07/10/2018 - Petitions

Found: Billions of pounds of taxpayers money trying to negotiate in a short space of time. Leaving the EU in March

2. PM speech in Grimsby: 8 March 2019
08/03/2019 - Prime Minister's Office, 10 Downing Street (Number 10)
- View source

Found: PM speech in Grimsby: 8 March 2019 - GOV.UK document

3. E-petitions 229963, 221747 and 235185, relating to leaving the EU without a withdrawal agreement, 232984 and 241361 relating to holding a further referendum on leaving the EU, and 226509 and 236261 relating to not leaving the EU
10/01/2019 - Parliamentary Research

Found: 10 January 2019 E-petitions 229963, 221747 and 235185, relating to leaving the EU without a withdrawal

4. New guidance on the movement of horses and other equines in a no deal scenario
21/02/2019 - Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
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Found: the movement of horses and other equines in a no deal scenario - GOV.UK

5. PM statement to the House of Commons: 26 February 2019
26/02/2019 - Prime Minister's Office, 10 Downing Street (Number 10)
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Found: PM statement to the House of Commons: 26 February 2019 - GOV.UK document

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Recent Speeches related to Leave the EU without a deal in March 2019.

1. Leaving the EU
14/01/2019 - Westminster Hall

1: e-petitions 229963, 221747 and 235185 relating to leaving the EU without a withdrawal agreement, 232984 and 231461 - Speech Link
2: e-petitions 229963, 221747 and 235185 relating to leaving the EU without a withdrawal agreement, 232984 and 231461 - Speech Link

2. Leaving the EU: No Deal
19/12/2018 - Commons Chamber

1: preparations for a no-deal outcome to Brexit, following the Prime Minister’s failure to allow this House promptly - Speech Link
2: preparations for a no-deal outcome to Brexit, following the Prime Minister’s failure to allow this House promptly - Speech Link
3: in this House to ransom, saying, “It is my deal or no deal.” Does my right hon. and learned Friend agree - Speech Link

3. Oral Answers to Questions
09/01/2019 - Commons Chamber

1: significantly weakened in Syria, a US departure could leave a vacuum that could cause more misery. Does the - Speech Link
2: a no-deal situation, he knows what he needs to do: he needs to vote for the Prime Minister’s deal. - Speech Link
3: did not rule out the possibility of 600 staff leaving the Department.Many Members will have been - Speech Link

4. Brexit: Withdrawal Agreement and Political Declaration
09/01/2019 - Lords Chamber

1: political declaration, which together form the agreed deal with the European Union. These were, of course, - Speech Link

5. European Council
23/10/2017 - Commons Chamber

1: UK will continue to be a strong and committed partner, standing alongside our neighbours and working - Speech Link

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1. UK Independence Party: Short Money
asked by: John Glen
19/04/2016
... how much Short money the UK Independence Party has claimed since May 2015; and on what dates those payments were made to that party.

2. Trade Remedies (Increase in Imports Causing Serious Injury to Uk Producers) (Eu Exit) Regulations 2019
asked by: Bill Esterson
22/03/2019
... what discussions he had with Cabinet colleagues on the timetable for parliamentary scrutiny of the Trade Remedies (Increase in Imports Causing Serious Injury to UK Producers) (EU Exit) Regulations 2019.

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We will save billions of pounds from our EU divorce payment as well as a similar amount from Civil Service and Govt costs. This money will be used to support our own country whilst we await the EU to talk to us to make deals more in our favour. The EU border in Ireland to be managed simply by having a dual Euro / pound currency as legal tender in both the North and South. Exports to the South would be dealt with in Euro and vice versa when importing to the North. Rates fixed at time of the deal.


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Government Response

The deal that we have reached with the EU is the right one for the United Kingdom. Leaving without a deal would risk uncertainty for the economy, for business and for citizens.


EU leaders have endorsed the Withdrawal Agreement and Political Declaration on the future relationship between the UK and EU. This agreement secures the rights of more than three million EU citizens living in the UK and around one million UK nationals living in the EU; and sets out the terms of the time-limited implementation period which will provide our businesses and citizens with certainty.

The financial settlement represents a fair settlement of our obligations as a departing member state and was agreed in the context of the implementation period and our future relationship. This agreement confirms that the days of sending vast payments to the EU are coming to an end.

It also means we will be able to spend more of taxpayers’ money on our priorities, such as the extra investment we are putting into our NHS.

On Northern Ireland, the agreed Protocol guarantees that even in the unlikely event that the UK’s future relationship with the EU is not in place by the end of the implementation period, there will be no hard border between Northern Ireland and Ireland and no customs border down the Irish Sea.

The agreement preserves the economic and constitutional integrity of the United Kingdom, upholds the Belfast (Good Friday) Agreement, and ensures people and businesses that rely on an open border between the Northern Ireland and Ireland can continue living their lives and operating as they do now.

As set out in the Political Declaration, once we have left the EU and for the first time in more than four decades, the UK will have an independent trade policy. The UK will be free to negotiate, sign, and ratify trade deals during the implementation period and bring them into force after the period has finished.

The deal we have reached is the right deal for the UK. It takes back control of our borders, our laws and our money while protecting jobs, security and the integrity of the UK. Anything other than straightforward approval of the deal will bring with it uncertainty for the economy, for business, and for citizens.

Neither Parliament nor the Government want a ‘no deal’ scenario. However, as a responsible Government, we will continue to prepare for all eventualities.

Department for Exiting the European Union


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