Brexit Planners Should Look To The U.S. For Inspiration

In June, British voters voted to leave the European Union, whose bureaucracy had imposed alien laws and regulations on them for decades. The EU system has frequently been described as having a “democratic deficit,” whereby the governed have little voice in the formulation of government policy. Now, as UK government officials scramble to figure out how to separate their system of law and regulation from the European model that has been grafted onto it, our British friends might well look toward the U.S. for a model of how to proceed – and some pitfalls to avoid.

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