As the United Kingdom prepares to leave the European Union without a withdrawal agreement it becomes clear that the UK will be almost instantly better off.
Theresa May agreed to pay the EU £39 billion under her surrender treaty. The treaty, which has been blocked my Parliament three times, does not apply under Boris Johnson, as he wishes to change key aspects of the surrender treaty.
As the United Kingdom prepares to leave the European Union on a successful no surrender treaty approach, it’s clear that the UK will be better instantly better off under Boris. If the UK leaves on a clean slate, it means that we automatically save billions of money, money that can be used directly into public services.
It’s clear, now that Boris is leading these negotiations the United Kingdom’s voice is now truly being heard. It’s being suggested that EU leaders’ are in a ‘state of shock’ that the United Kingdom is standing up for itself in such a direct and straightforward manner.
The United Kingdom is showing the laxity of its spine, something that it failed to have for the last 50 years. The UK is a country that is now getting its confidence back, as it re-enters the global stage with a major ambition; to be an economic powerhouse.
The IMF have stated the UK will outstrip growth of Germany. The main reason for this could be that outside the EU, the UK will have access to a world-wise market and not just a European bloc.