The people have spoken. We have stood up to Project Fear and
shown a desire to forge a way ahead in the world. Britain has a brave new future.

This site was set up to make a small contribution to
ensuring an honest debate. If the people of Britain were to choose to Remain,
it was our hope that we would do so with eyes open. If the result was to Leave,
it is in full knowledge of the challenges ahead too.

In a political environment that is increasingly nepotistic,
there has been a huge wake up call for our representatives to reconnect. Amidst
threats of delaying, ignoring and acting against the desires of the British
public, the public have had our say.

It should not be forgotten, however, that 48% have voted
against taking ownership of our own destiny. It is also important for those
politicians who have campaigned against the majority act in a way to ensure
that we maintain a close, friendly and harmonious relationship with our
neighbours.

We are not breaking away from the European Union, we are
changing the nature of our relationship. We will still buy EU goods, as long as
they do not put up barriers. It is in everybody’s interest to work together for
future prosperity across our continent.

There will be time ahead to make a more detailed analysis of
the issues. The political landscape has to change in many ways.

The time is right for Britain to remind itself what makes
us great. History may be in the past but it has a habit of repeating itself. Britain has
given much to the world. She has stood up to dictatorships and, with the help
of our Commonwealth, American and global friends, helped keep Europe
free, whether from Napoleon, Hitler or the Soviet bloc.

We have been pioneers in world trade, the Industrial Revolution
and technology. London 2012 demonstrated in the sporting environment our
ability to excel beyond our means. Those Olympics were a cultural celebration
too, surrounded by a positive mood of friendliness and optimism.

Britain
also has a reputation for the stiff upper lip. We can move ahead, knowing that we
have the steely character to proceed in a measured way, not to mention with
good humour.

Now that the membership issue has been resolved, let us move
ahead with a global perspective. Our friends will still be our friends. We can
enjoy better relationships with all of the.

Britain
is a positive nation. We have to move ahead in that spirit.