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So what I want this video to be is a bit of an explosion of these myths about the WTO. I'm just gonna give you the facts about them and the facts of where we stand at the moment in terms of the WTO and what it means for Britain for the future ... / So first of all number one something I want to make really clear. Nobody trades on World Trade Organisation rules alone.
A former Australian prime minister has warned the UK to be "careful what you wish for" when it comes to EU trade.
Why do so many people talk about a 'hard Brexit' and a 'soft Brexit'? And what do they mean?
The UK is "sleepwalking into a disaster" over its border plans for the end of the Brexit transition period on 31 December, road hauliers have warned.
Pascal Lamy, who was director general of the WTO, between 2005 and 2013, said there was a stark choice for the UK between 'minor' and 'great' trade relations with the country’s largest trading partner.
Poll finds just 25 per cent of voters think PM will get a deal which is good for Britain.
Michel Barnier also accused Boris Johnson’s government of rowing back on commitments made in writing by Britain at the point before exit.
Prime minister had claimed ‘Australia-style’ Brexit could be an option.
Theresa May's Brexit deal has been defeated by MPs and the UK is creeping closer to leaving the EU without a deal. But how does a no-deal Brexit actually affect you?
Beyond Andrea Jenkyns' sound bites ... reality bites back: "The only countries that do trade with the EU just solely on WTO rules are Cuba, Venezuela, Belarus, Kazakstan, Russia and North Korea."
Tory Brexiteer Mark Francois debate a former international trade negotiator on television and tried to put a positive on no-deal Brexit tariffs hitting the car industry by saying 'at least it would be our choice'.
A few days back, Tim Martin appeared on Question time. A 1-min clip of his performance has gone viral on Twitter. So error-packed was that one minute, that we should take the time to dissect it to bits...
Politicians have been bickering about Brexit for the past two years, but everything that has happened so far is just figuring out how we leave the EU - we still have to sort out what kind of relationship we have once we have actually left.
Brexiteers have been advocating this route, believing it represents the purest Brexit and would be best for Britain. But what are the WTO terms and are Brexiteers right to promise a better future for the UK under these rules? How will WTO rules affect the UK in the event of a no-deal Brexit?
"Forget the fiction... it's absolute nonsense. It needs to be called out."
Channel 4 economics correspondent describes the consequences of a No Deal exit.