More views on Brexit and trade – and none of them benefit Jacob Rees-Mogg

Further to This Site’s analysis of Jacob Rees-Mogg’s response to a wine importer whose firm is jumping through many more hoops to get, after Brexit, the same result as before, let’s have a couple more perspectives on it.

The first is highly in-depth, courtesy of A Different Bias:

The second is a more personal view, examining a small business owner’s frustrations with Brexit – after being told that European businesses would love to trade with him, but Brexit made it impossible because the bureaucracy involved had increased too much:

None of this helps Rees-Mogg, and there’s a very good reason for it:

He was talking nonsense.

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