The sky hasn’t fallen, experts are having to revise their prognostications, countries are queuing up to manage trade negotiations with Britain, and May, a Remainer, nevertheless seems determined to honour the vote.
Emotions have subsided somewhat, though Remain still threaten to derail the result with an MP rebellion, or legal challenge. Sturgeon continues to do everything possible to cause strife and consternation.
It is by no means assured that we will get the clear break that Leave voters would like to see. It may indeed take years to unravel our ties with the EU, and to rework them into something more suitable to a sovereign nation dealing with a politicial superstate.
The issues remain, and we revisit them to provide a perhaps tidier, better organised summary than in the original Brexit: Why We Won, which was written in a hurry for good reason. Remain were up in arms.
Many still are, so it’s still worth understanding the issues, and the sound reasons for our vote.
Genre: History, Europe, UK, Nonfiction, Education & Reference, Education
Size: 87 pages
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