The referendum transferred from MPs themselves the decision as to whether to remain in or leave the EU and – with it, to regain our freedom to make our own laws.
Not being able to blame Brussels for our problems nor look to the EU for solutions will be immensely reinvigorating.
Doing so would be a concrete and welcome improvement to the lives of millions of people.
Conservative MPs should get wise to Osborne’s attempt to bluff, panic and stampede them into backing Single Market membership – and no proper migration control.
My guess is that he would have argued that this is a matter for Parliament, with no need to resort to the judiciary.
You sometimes stand so close to something that you can’t really see it. So it is with the staggering implictations of what Britain did on June 23rd.
The EU referendum result marks a posthumous triumph over his old opponent, Edward Heath. Or does it?
Crucially, voting to stay does not mean voting to keep the status quo.
The referendum takes place a month today. We’re hearing a lot about the risks of going. We should hear more about the risks of staying.
It was all over the 1975 In campaign. This time round, it is largely absent. What does that say about the state of the European Project?