Srini Rangan writes for CapX
The current debate between the soft Brexit proponents and those in favour of a hard Brexit seems to ignore the fact that this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for Britain to show to the world an alternate path to global prosperity through competitive markets, free trade, individual liberty, and democracy.
The Brexit vote came about for a myriad of reasons, some more valid than others. Irrespective of what the immediate motivations were for those who chose to vote Leave, nobody in Britain can deny that the vote was a culmination of a festering feeling of loss of sovereignty and national autonomy and a sense of being asked to submit to stultifying central control.
Read the full article here.
Further IEA reading: A Trade Policy for a Brexited Britain