But that point is likely to be a long way off, and in the meantime, Brexiteers have to spell out exactly what they plan to do with their newfound sovereignty.
Winning it back is one thing; using it effectively within the parameters of a country that politically is not yet ready for the monetary and fiscal disciplines of a European version of Singapore is quite another. We await the groundbreaking agenda with bated breath. It had better be good.
We should do the work to be able to be Singapore on Thames. A place that’s richer, growing faster, with a better health care system and which has also solved its housing problem. Whats not to like?