The Prime Minister Theresa May has broken all the doubts and speculations on
leaving the European Union in one fell swoop with a speech she gave this
morning, see: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-38641208.
Out means out. Not half-in-half-out, not "Brexit Lite", not
"micro-Brexit", not "I Can't Believe It's Not Brexit"...
Out. The United Kingdom
will cease to be part of the European common market in any way. Instead we'll
have to scrape along by doing what we used to do for centuries beforehand,
including the period when we were the most prosperous and successful nation on
earth; set up our own bilateral trade deals with individual states, absent some
bureaucratic overarching third party regulator. The final deal will have to be
passed by Parliament, but based on last year's little experiment this should
not be a problem, see here for details: https://hpanwo-voice.blogspot.co.uk/2016/12/brexit-is-back.html.
The Prime Minister's speech will dash the last hopes of the "Remoaners"
and hopefully this means we will no longer have to endure their dictatorial
whinging about "second referendums!" and "We're the 48%"
and "people's challenges!" David Lammy and Gina Miller etc will have
to find another hobby horse to occupy their very excessive free time. This speech
means the path to Article 50 should now be a downhill run. Wouldn't it be great
if it could be triggered before the 23rd of June, when we celebrate UK Independence
Day for the first time?
See here for more background: https://hpanwo-voice.blogspot.co.uk/2016/11/brexit-betrayed.html.