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Brexit is a return to the 1930's fears policy. But Britain needs to face the future with courage and curiosity.



By Eddie Izzard

No one knows what will happen in a post-Brexit Britain. The talents of leaving the European Union promised a kind of Valhalla of beautiful times when jobs were to be abundant and everything had to be easier. But they've never had, and still haven't, a clue what could really happen.

For example, the Leave campaign promised that £ 350 million a week ($ 445 million) would be put into the National Health Service if we left the EU and stopped contributing to it. Then everyone from Nigel Farage, one of the great right-wing advocates to leave, told Dominic Cummings, who led the campaign that it wasn't true. (People wondered so much that a large part of the British still believe in it.)

What we know will happen, especially if we leave E.U. without a number of treaties and agreements (what they call a "hard" Brexit) is a nightmare that seems more likely: people in the UK need a visa to stay and stay or work in Europe; We will lose our health care coverage in Europe and your choice to live or retire will suddenly become very difficult; A whole lot of laws that make our lives as the British engage in Europe will disappear; and we need to restore all our trade agreements.


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