And not at all sensible to reveal them all before we go in order for detractors and enemies to be best able to try and subvert them.
No. There are a lot of businesses that need some certainty about what our trading relationship will be with the rest of the EU, or at least what arrangements the Government will make if we leave with no deal.
What plans are to be made about the future passporting of financial services? For the mutual recognition of pharmaceutical products? What arrangements are to be in place for the management of the Single European Sky? How will the government arrange for veterinary inspection of abattoirs when the majority of its vets are from the EU (British trained vets work almost exclusively in far more lucrative and enjoyable fields), or for continued access for British trawlers to EU waters (our appetite for white fish is fed by products from Norwegian and Icelandic waters)?