No Deal Is Best Deal for Brexit
After almost three years since the contentious referendum to leave the European Union, the United Kingdom is still in gridlock over exactly how it will happen—even with less than 10 days until planned separation.
A “no deal” Brexit is the best scenario for free-market advocates, says Tom Colsy, president and founder of the University of Kent’s Liberty Union and a member of Students for Brexit.
He argues that it is also the most likely outcome, since Conservative Prime Minister Theresa May’s milquetoast plan has failed to convince Parliament and increasingly frustrated citizens.
- Follow Tom on Twitter and visit the University of Kent’s Liberty Union Facebook page.
- “Eurosceptic MPs Should Hold Their Nerve as Anti-Brexit Colleagues Dig Their Own Electoral Graves” (Brexit Central).
- “U.K. to Cut Tariffs to Zero on 87 Percent of Imports in No-Deal Brexit” (Politico).
- “Give Businesses Tax Breaks to Help Weather a No-Deal Brexit with the £39bn We Would No Longer Pay the E.U.” (The Telegraph).
- “The Post-Brexit Opportunities of CANZUK Are Considerable–And Should Be Especially Attractive to Young People” (Brexit Central).
- Watch Brexit: The Movie on YouTube.
- Get copies of Brexit: Why Britain Voted to Leave the European Union and Brexit and Ireland: The Dangers, the Opportunities, and the Inside Story of the Irish Response.
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