LEADING THE WAY OUT OF THE EU

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Now that Britain has regained its independence it’s time for us to retake our place on the global stage. We’ll keep you informed about the moves Britain is, and should, be making in order to ensure that a more engaged, outward-looking Britain is helping to meet global challenges more effectively. Leave.EU will be ensuring to keep you informed on what’s happening on the world stage.

LEAVE.EU INSIGHT AND ANALYSIS

THE WORLD KEEPS TURNING

The huge prospects for expanded trade as a result of Brexit are well documented but Britain and the world stand to benefit in other ways too.

In rejecting a federal Europe, and its arsenal of institutions that sit above the nation-state in the food chain, the British public has delivered a potent message the international community: It is countries, otherwise known as nations and states that are the building blocks of international politics. Effective action cannot and should not occur without the consent of ALL the players.

As we look at the global challenges currently facing the world, it is nation-states such as the US, China and now the United Kingdom that are tasked with developing solutions to problems like international security and global warming. Through its flat-footed response over the migrant crisis, the EU has shown itself to not fit into this category. It lacks the know-how and the mobility.

There is no denying that cooperation between nations is essential for the well-being of all humankind, but for that collaboration to be effective, the actors participating need to be perceived by the people as representative of them and their interests. Boris Johnson’s appointment as Foreign Secretary is a direct result of this – he was on the front line of the charge towards Brexit. It is only right the man we have representing us around the world has Britain’s interests at heart as well as wants to see us participate away from a myopic European focus.

The British people can look forward to a truly representative government, a government with a stronger array of policy tools at its disposal as a non-EU nation, we can all look forward to a more assertive and effective Britain on the global stage. This is a nation after all, whose people have been at the forefront of social, political and scientific progress for centuries. It has a major contribution to make in engaging with and resolving global problems, and now it can. Bring it on.

OFF TO A GOOD START

Since the result of the referendum was announced, many world leaders have extended their hands to the United Kingdom. In the United States, speaker of the house Paul Ryan has said: “We need to emphasise that they are our indispensable ally, we have a special relationship, and I think that does mean we should have a trade agreement with Great Britain”. Meanwhile, the Prime Ministers of Australia and New Zealand have announced that they will work together to make new trading arrangements with the UK post-Brexit, and former Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott was quick to congratulate Britain on voting to restore its independence.