From what I understand, the 'deal' being discussed by Parliament is less a trade deal more a list of what standards will or will not be recognised and what processes will or will not be followed after the United Kingdom leaves the European Union. This ranges from how Customs checks will handled to whether or not organic producers in the UK will be recognised in the EU after Brexit. It also affect employment and travel rights and whether or not qualifications are recognised by either side, among other things.
Many people, both in Government and in the public are strongly advocating that the UK leaves the EU without this deal. Again, from what I understand, this would mean that qualifications and standards are no longer mutually recognised, there would be increased customs checks and there would be more difficulty employing staff from the EU.
On the back of the difficulties that may be raised by a no-deal Brexit, coupled with the uncertainty of a change from the status quo to a globally unprecedented situation, many organisations and companies have stated that they will be negatively affected. There are also reports from many government departments stating that a no-deal Brexit will have a detrimental effect on the UK as a whole.
My question is, have any organisations stated, unequivocally, that they will benefit from a no-deal Brexit?
By organisation I mean company, trade body or government department. Any statement made by the organisation should be backed up by figures. I would prefer to see statements along the lines of 'in the event of no-deal we will do x which will increase\decrease y by z amount thus benefiting us'. I am primarily interested in UK organisations, with them having the most to gain from no-deal however I would like to see an international perspective.
I have tried to keep the tone of this question politically neutral. It is not a question about the benefits or consequences of a no-deal Brexit, simply whether or not anybody has stated that they will be better off in that event.