Brexit is a win-win for Europe and the UK


Britain’s vote to leave the European Union should be celebrated by all, writes Nikola Kaurin:

When you resign a job you’re essentially firing your employer.

It means that you’ve compared what you have against what you can get and you’ve decided that it’s in your best interest to go somewhere else.

The United Kingdom’s vote to leave the European Union is no different.

On Thursday, British voters took a good hard look at the EU and they tendered their resignation.

What’s even more extraordinary is that the British electorate voted to leave in the clear absence of a defined alternative.

Or did they?

Contrary to popular wisdom, Britons voted for a very clear option. They voted for the option of successful European integration compared to the alternative of unsuccessful European integration.

But how is that possible? Simple. There’s no greater success story of European integration than the United Kingdom itself. Continue reading