“Democracy is the worst form of government, except for all the others.” -Winston Churchill
Due to recent events there are very mixed feelings amongst the people of the United Kingdom today. As they woke to find the majority voted to no longer be a part of the European Union. The other half are now forced to accept the results and look forward to a brighter future, as a democracy has always been about coming together with the idea that 2 heads are better than 1. Now we must put that into action as a collective plan is needed to shape this outcome into something positive just like everything in life. From the demographic results of the EU Referendum, they showed a very mixed opinion and certainly show separations in terms of earnings and age. Not everyone will agree with the voice that is heard but it opens the door to conversations to ask the question; “Is the UK too small to compete?”
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The result means, we can now negotiate favourable trade or business deals. There are many benefits from leaving the EU just as there are disadvantages. The time has come as a democracy to band together and accept the outcome by taking advantage of the benefits that do exist.