If we are also out of CAP, CFP and direct ECJ jurisdiction, able to negotiate our own trade deals and in the Single Market, it might not be such a bad outcome after all.
We may be rowing back to defend one promise. But another more fundamental promise to the future is actually at stake.
My worry is that we will end up simply substituting EU immigration with non-EU. We need to buy time to train our own workforce up.
And on Brexit, as one who campaigned for In, I say we should get on with it, and avoid the one outcome that is infinitely less preferable to Leave or Remain: limbo.
Do people find sovereignty in a Parliament they regrettably take little interest in – or in actual power and the pound in their pocket: their job; their standard of living?
Trying to move Britain from a dependency culture is horrifically difficult, and I cannot see how it can be done without some pain.
At the moment, it’s easier to buy to let than it is to buy to live in the house. That’s unwise and unfair – and it must be changed.
The idea was first floated here on ConservativeHome. Now it is gathering momentum.
The current currency would change in the event of Scottish independence – which is why England, Wales and Northern Ireland must have their say.
Shared ownership is a vital pipeline of supply that is overlooked