I too don’t know as the issue & longer-term repercussion are too complex for my limited knowledge. FWIW, I was always an uncertain, then later a remorseful, Brexit voter. However, I do increasingly listen to what others, for eg. many in the wider world of UK business, are saying loud & clear. It concerns me that according to their best forecasts of what a No-Deal could entail, for many their costs will increase & will need to be passed onto customers or result in job losses.
As you know, UKX rallied strongly in 2018 largely as Sterling collapsed & many FTSE stocks represent global businesses who register their profits in dollars.
The key question for me is, do we need this economic uncertainty & long-term, costly constitutional upheaval? In view of the intellectual weakness behind many a Brexiteer’s argument, I think not.
To clarify, I misguidedly & reluctantly voted Brexit at a time when all polls, pundits & bookies had Brexit as losing by a significant margin. In that climate, I wanted to register a vote against the EC not having greater accountability with the wider electorate & to give the profoundly smug Cameron greater self-doubt. How stupid can one be? I own up without excuse. - GL.