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Well, several points: first, we're not aiming for a no-deal Brexit. And we don't think that's where we'll end up. This is very much up to our friends and partners across the Channel. They know that three times the House of Commons has thrown out that backstop. There's no way that we can get it through. We have to have that backstop out of the deal.
We cannot go on with the withdrawal agreement as it currently is. And everybody understands that it's dead. We need to get that message across to our friends. If they understand that, then I think we're going to be at the races.
If they can't compromise, if they really can't do it, then clearly we have to get ready for a no-deal exit. And I think, well, we'll do it. I think that the people of this country are full of resolve and purpose. And we will look after the farming sector.
We're willing to make absolutely clear what is the case: that the UK, under no circumstances, will have checks at the border in Northern Ireland. We will throw all our energies into sorting out the problems of frictionless trade at the border.
We can do it. We have all the sorts of technological solutions that are necessary to do it. But let's solve those issues in the context of the free trade agreement that we're going to do after we come out on October the 31st. That's what we want to do.