Report Brexit What Happens Next Thread ---multiple merged threads. in House prices and the economy Posted March 15, 2019 8 hours ago, Bruce Banner said: Yes, no deal is better than May's deal but staying in would be the best option, so hopefully A50 can still be be revoked before 29th March. If May gets her wretched deal through on the 3rd attempt we need to chuck her, and Corbyn, and all their cronies out PDQ, appoint a new government and hold a referendum on whether to rejoin the EU on the best terms we can get. A good scenario would be if the EU takes control and refuses to allow a short extension of A50 insisting on an extension long enough for us to hold a GE and appoint a new government that is capable of starting from square one with a new and properly worded referendum. This is why I am supporting no deal as it is the best and most democratic direction. I will be disappointed if the EU force through May’s deal when parliament and the people do not want it.