Prime Minister
10 Downing Street
London SW1A 2AA

15 January 2019

 

Dear Prime Minister,

The problem with the Brexit deal is the fact that neither the EU or the UK have accepted the notion of United. Quite recently Scotland would have a referendum and they could have become an independent country. The plain fact of the matter is that England and Wales voted to leave the EU and on the 29 March they should be allowed to do so. Scotland, Northern Ireland and the City of London all voted to remain and they should be allowed to do s0. Scotland Northern Ireland and the City of London should be in the same custome sunion so that if they should decide they may remain in that customs union. With regard to the customs union and the backstop,it must have a time limit. Ten years if you must but there has to be a time limit. With regard to trade since we would have parted with a large amount of money, the EU must show good faith and before March 29 clearly state that the transport industry including Airbus will after the above date trade as normal.

This would appear something of a muddle however. It is the only solution that dots the i’s and crosses the t’s. There is no problem with Northern Ireland, Scotland and the City of London being in a customs union in the [parliament of Westminster together with England and Wales who have left the EU. The question to ask now, March 29th 2019 are all UK MEPS no longer within Brussels? The deal may be questionable however we have now left the EU.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

Michael J White

A Letter to the Prime Minister