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Your advice to this moderate labor and peace would be to vote down the steel at the risk of creating complete havoc in the market. How difficult is that?>> That's really difficult.>> But you would advise them to do it.>> Yep, because the alternatives, they were all worse because if you do get to a blockage in parliament that's what opens up the possibility of going back to the people.
And there's a huge debate about this whether it's right or wrong, my view is this only happens if there's blockage in parliament. But if there is blockage in parliament, it's a very simple argument, we say look, we've been to in a bit years trying to reach an agreement.
We can't reach an agreement that works. Parliament's blocked, you the people have now got to decide, in the light of the information you've got, cuz let us be clear. We all know more about the single market than the customs union, the different elements of this than we did two years ago.
You the people have now got to tell us what you want to do, do I want to proceed or do you want to remain?