by John Shaw
Within two days of our historical vote to leave the EU Superstate, Britain should have invoked Article 50, instead of waiting months.
When the European Union declared that they would never actually agree to ending ‘Free Movement of Peoples’, the control of our country by the courts or the ‘Customs Union’, Britain should have declared that there was no point in entering any negotiations since our people voted to be free of all of these things.
We should then have declared that we will join the World Trade Organisation (WTO) and were preparing to trade with the whole world, including the EU Countries, on those terms.
As Nationalists, we believe that Britain should always govern itself and after 40 odd years of, in effect foreign rule by Brussels, we should now be looking forward to what used to be, Great Britain.