The latest EU deal, announced by Michel Barnier and David Davis, was positioned as a move towards Britain's economic independence, but in reality, it just sets back Britain's withdrawal from the European Union.
Not only does it allow the EU to control our fishing waters for a further three or four years, it also allows the EU to dictate legislation without any representation in the Parliament.
After Britain technically leaves the EU in 2019, and when we no longer have Members of European Parliament, we will still be subject to new laws from the European Union.
Yes, you read that right: We'll be controlled by EU law until 2022!
Are we seriously meant to believe that a further three years of tyranny are really best for Britain?