I am big proponent of free trade among the Anglosphere and eventually the Commonwealth. Our links are strong and should be made stronger.
The Internet is dragging Britain away from Europe and towards the Anglosphere
By Daniel Hannan Politics Last updated: August 20th, 2010
The EU is being made redundant by technological change. In the 1950s, a regional trade association arguably made sense. But in a world where capital surges around the globe at the touch of a button, physical proximity becomes irrelevant. When deciding whether to invest in a country, corporations will consider many factors – tax rates, regulation, language, corruptibility of public officials – before they worry about geography., Commonwealth
The Internet makes it as easy for my constituents to do business with a company in New Zealand as with a company in Belgium. Easier, indeed, because the Kiwi company shares our common law, accountancy practices, commercial traditions and language.