Turn the tide
IT’S not quite too late, but the Government needs a dramatic shift in its Brexit approach both here and abroad.
In fairness Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt has already begun, genuinely standing up to the EU for the first time.
PA:Press Association Theresa May must sell Brexit to the public as the golden opportunity it is
Despite what sneering Remainers claim, Britain is an equal in these negotiations. Let’s act like it.
Our huge economic power, and the might of the City and its importance to the EU, give us enormous clout if only Theresa May would wield it.
First SHE must believe in it. She must sell Brexit to the public as the golden opportunity it is, to make Britain a prosperous independent country out in the wider world where 90 per cent of future growth will take place.
We have a vast ocean of talent. We have nine universities in the world’s top 50, dwarfing the rest of Europe combined. The EU fears our success.
Getty – Contributor Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt has begun to stand up to the EU
The PM will never talk round the hysterical “People’s Vote” brigade clamouring to annul the first People’s Vote they lost in 2016. But millions of more sensible folk are ready to be enthused about creating a new partnership both with the EU AND the rest of the world.
All they currently hear are unchallenged and absurd Remainer scares about the dire consequences of Brexit, especially a no-deal on WTO rules.
AFP or licensors We must sell the might of the City and its importance to the EU
None of it should hold any fear for us.
And being ready for no-deal, mentally and physically, is vital to get from the EU what we always wanted: a trade deal that frees us from Brussels.
The Government must get off its knees, fight for Britain and unite it behind Brexit.
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