Tonight, according to the Telegraph, Treasury forecasts show that Britain will be £150bn worse off under a no-deal Brexit.
A cross-Government analysis released Tomorrow is expected to show that under the Chequers agreement, which forms the basis of her deal, the UK’s GDP will be between 1 and 2 per cent lower over 15 years than if it had stayed in the EU.
Ian Murray, Labour MP and Best for Britain champion, said: “A no deal will be catastrophic for Britain’s economy, but there is simply no Brexit deal that doesn’t damage our GDP. But the real choice is between govt deal and our current deal with the EU.
“Behind these figures are people’s livelihoods, with workers losing their jobs and businesses scaling back. Rather than producing figures to try and show that her deal is not as bad as no deal, the government should be focused on the best way to grow our economy – by giving voters the opportunity to remain in the EU.”