Brexit will be worth it

When we leave the EU, we will be in a stronger position to trade with the rest of the world

By Kwasi Kwarteng  

Robert Peel

The European Union referendum, held on 23rd June, was by far the most intense election in British history. Both sides in the campaign made extravagant claims, which were fiercely contested by the other side. Vote Leave’s suggestion of an extra £350m every week for the NHS, as a consequence of “taking back our money,” has been the object of particular scorn…

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