14 March 2019
When asked about the likelihood of a no-deal Brexit, Professor Tim Bale said: “Almost every conceivable outcome seems just as likely as unlikely! But – best guess – a no-deal Brexit, even though on paper it’s the default outcome seems the most unlikely since around seven or eight out of 10 MPs object to it and the Prime Minister is probably (and many of her Ministers are certainly) opposed to ‘crashing out’ too. “The short-term disruption would be somewhere between significant and immense – and for no very easily-achievable gain even in the long term.”
Read more in the The Scotsman.