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hire Americans with much-needed expertise. American businesses have been stymied in their ability to expand or operate in Britain, and multinational companies are having difficulty moving their staff between the two - to the detriment of both sides of the Atlantic. Out- side the EU, more sensible arrange- ments could be made between the two countries - as Brits and Americans tend to be high-value, easily-assimilated immigrants in either country, partly due to shared language and culture. Critical security cooperation


between Britain and America occurs outside the auspices of the EU: through Five Eyes intelligence sharing, NATO, and Interpol. It’s in the British interest to remain America’s bilateral foreign policy partner of choice - something which massively augments British power, both hard and soft. It’s in the interest of both nations not to see resources diverted from NATO, which has a proven record of effectiveness in Europe, by the distraction that would be an “EU Army.” And it’s in America’s interests for its most trusted partner to be able to determine its foreign policy without having to run it by 27 other countries first - an area in with the EU has increasingly been trying to increase its power. Brexit has its philosophical roots


in a tradition of independence and accountability that has been deeply important to America, and would let both countries have the best potential relationship with each other. If from every mountainside, you wish freedom to ring - try a verse or two of God Save the Queen in support of a sovereign Britain.


[We have invited an article from the ‘Stay’ campaign and we will publish it if and when we receive it - Ed]


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