The Brexit camp have posted a document online acknowledging that leaving the EU is a complicated process requiring careful planning to maximize the benefits and minimize the risks.
“Taking back control is a careful change, not a sudden stop – we will negotiate the terms of a new deal before we start any legal process to leave,” says the document.
There are indeed many options for the UK to prosper outside the EU such as the Norway model and the Swiss model. There are also overwhelming incentives for European countries to arrange a “friendly” Brexit since this would be mutually beneficial in economic terms. A successful Brexit will, in fact, boost Europe’s economies.
But until now, no serious plan, no realistic timetable, no clear goals have been presented by the self appointed Brexit camp lleader and Bullingdon club member Boris Johnson, leaving the UK economy at the mercy of predatory financial markets, banks and establishment corporations, which could hike up interest rates on the basis of hyped risks and wreck the economy or wipe out the stock market out of profit, for example.