START IMMEDIATE TALKS ON HOW THE UK STAYS IN THE EU NOT HOW THE UK LEAVES
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The Prime Minister, Theresa May, has asked for our views and ideas on how to tackle the challenges facing the country, particularly on the thorny issue of Brexit.
Here are my views and my idea.
In a speech at the Mansion House in London, the Governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, stated that Brexit is likely to make people in the UK poorer. At the same occasion, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, said that no one voted for Brexit to become poorer.
The TRUTH is that those who voted to leave the EU either didn’t realise that they WERE voting to become poorer or didn’t accept that Brexit WOULD make them poorer.
If only all the discussions that have taken place since the 23rd June 2016 and all the information that we have listened to over the course of the last year had happened BEFORE the referendum, the UK might have avoided the mess we find ourselves in now.
It is the mark of a mature, wise, strong and confident country to feel free and able to change its mind. This is no less democratic than the referendum itself was.
THE UK MUST CHANGE THE CURRENT STANCE AND DIRECTION OF OUR BREXIT POSITION.
The European Commission, the European Parliament and the heads and peoples of the other 27 members of the EU want the UK to remain a fully participating member of the EU.
Many politicians and people across all member countries of the EU agree that some fundamental aspects and directions of the EU need to be reformed.
France recently elected a young new president, Emmanuel Macron, who wants to reform the EU. The German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, probably the most powerful voice in the EU, agrees with Macron and has openly admitted that the EU is far from perfect.
The UK runs the real risk of leaving the EU at the same time that the EU’s rules and structure might well be about to change for the better.
UK Brexit Secretary David Davis and the EU's chief negotiator, Michel Barnier, must immediately start mediation on how the UK STAYS in the EU rather than the disadvantageous and destructive terms, for all the current 28 members, on how the UK leaves?
A final decision on whether the UK leaves on these terms or stays on the new terms of a reformed and restructured EU, applied across all 28 members, should be put to a British referendum decided by a two thirds majority vote.
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