Brexit: Directions for Britain Outside the EU
Ralph Buckle, Tim Hewish, John C. Hulsman, Iain Mansfield, Robert Oulds, February 2015
It is quite possible that there will be a referendum on whether Britain should leave the European Union in the next few years. However, few people have well-formed views on what they believe should happen if we leave the EU. How should the objective of free trade be promoted? What approach should be taken to regulation? What political and economic relationships should be formed with other countries? In this volume, expert authors deal with these questions, and others, from different perspectives, all proposing radical but different solutions to how Britain should leave the European Union should it choose to do so.
This book is essential reading for all with an interest in the future of Britain and its relationship with the European Union.
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