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We will be that to negotiate the right deal, but what I have said is no deal is better than a bad deal. We have to be prepared to the.>>
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>> We have prepared to walk away from European Union with no deal.>> No deal is better than a bad deal.
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By definition, if we are prepared to say, if I'm prepared to say that no deal is better than a bad deal. I want to get a good deal from the European Union.>> What they will see is a government that is going to protect the protocols, environmental conditions, workers' rights, reaching for through Europe.
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And a government that wants a serious relationship with Europe, but respects the results of our referendum in that we're leaving the European Union>> You are prepared to contemplate, then, no deal?>> There's going to be a deal.