Who: Ryan Bourne, IEA (& Many Potential Voters)
“Ryan Bourne, Head of public policy, Institute of Economic Affairs said: ‘Voting to leave would obviously create a degree of uncertainty in the immediate two years after we presumably have triggered Article 50, particularly if it became unclear whether a free-trade agreement would not be negotiated in this time period.’(1)
THE CASE FOR A #FREEBRITAIN
"Our relationship with the European Union will be the same as most other western non EU countries; we would have a good trading relationship with them, freely exchanging goods, but without the political union and the loss of sovereignty to an unelected European commission in Brussels.
So overall we will have a healthy relationship with EU nation states upon leaving, and I hope that eventually that we can trade freely with other nations as Brexit encourages other member states to leave the project. "
Steven Woolfe MEP