If Britain is to take control of its destiny it had better hurry up. Time is running out. This is a story about the rise of global trade and new economies to the decline of the EU region. Tied to the EU, the UK is unable to maximise its competitive advantages, take the most out of its global relationships and create the most out of the global opportunities that are being created elsewhere.
The Future’s Bright – The Future’s Global illustrates how the world is changing to become much more focused on global trade. It shows that it is vital the UK is free to take advantage of this change and be free to set its own laws to remain globally competitive.
Indeed, the world is growing – with a changing demographic – which the UK could take maximum advantage of outside the EU. The UK already sells 50% more to the rest of the world than it does to the EU (Global Britain figure) and the trend of increased trade surpluses with the rest of the world and for trade deficits with the EU is increasing.
However, the EU has a problem – its regulation. Estimated to be at £90 bn to the UK economy, the EU has increasingly become regulation focused and has hampered young innovative businesses form succeeding.
This book shows this and much more. It tells the story of what’s to come: a world where growth is the driver that leaves the EU behind. Unfortunately, the EU has become a set of institutions that pick winners, and invariably come from the corporate elite. It has become a body that wrecks rather than reinvigorates the UK economy and the economic opportunities of its people.
But there is hope. If the UK chose to leave the EU then it could, if it wished, shed much of the regulation that is currently being imposed on it. It could also do things that it hasn’t been able to do since signing up the EEC, and that’s make its own trade agreements.
Now more than ever, in an increasingly competitive and hyper-global world, the UK needs to be able to stand on its own two feet. This book helps to illustrate this and a must read for anyone interested in what the UK’s future in the global world might look like.
About the Author: Rory Broomfield is a Director of The Freedom Association (TFA) and the Better Off Out. Author of “Membership of the EU: there are alternatives”, Rory has worked for a number of Conservative Members of Parliament and small businesses. He is also a former Director and Board Member of the United Nations Association in the UK (UNA-UK).
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