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After a large helping of verbal diarrhea about the level playing field, fish, sovereignty, red lines, cliff edges, etc are we arriving at WTO or a massive fugue?

The question facing the European Union does an Organisation with rules and regulations allow a non-member to operate within its Organisation against the benefits bestowed by being a member in the first place. 

Of course, this question would not have to answer if after the Referendum ( On whether England should stay or leave) had England not instigated Article 50 but remained a member while negotiating the terms of leaving. 

Now it’s a totally different kettle of fish. 

Even if a fugue is agreed it will be can be vetoed by any one of the remaining members.

It does not take any political genius to say that there can be no level playing field with non-members no matter what is agreed legally or otherwise. 

You are either a member with full membership or you are not. 

It also goes without saying if the European Union is to remain a Union it must uphold on all fronts what this means otherwise there is no point in being a member. 

All human comments appreciated. All like clicks and abuse chucked in the bin.