Are there any positives to brexit

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It isn't lies!

While member states can act in emergency untill the EU have made a ruling. Which is what slowed down vaccine supply to the EU, which is a problem we didn't have to deal with, which put us ahead in the race to the displeasure of some salty EU officials, which in turn is a benefit of leaving the superiority of EU law.
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(Original post by Burton Bridge)
It isn't lies!

While member states can act in emergency untill the EU have made a ruling. Which is what slowed down vaccine supply to the EU, which is a problem we didn't have to deal with, which put us ahead in the race to the displeasure of some salty EU officials, which in turn is a benefit of leaving the superiority of EU law.
You’ve hit lucky essentially.

Who would have thought a virus that didn’t exist at the time of the Brexit vote would become the sole noticeable benefit of leaving the EU. You’ve hit extremely lucky that this is a benefit, and don’t bother playing it down.
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You’ve hit lucky essentially.

Who would have thought a virus that didn’t exist at the time of the Brexit vote would become the sole noticeable benefit of leaving the EU. You’ve hit extremely lucky that this is a benefit, and don’t bother playing it down.
If you think the covid pandemic can be described as luck, then I cant help you. I have said over and over again I voted leave to end the superiority of EU law and here is a example of us using our new found sovereignty to pur benefit.

But... I wish we had not had to, I wish covid didn't exist.
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(Original post by Burton Bridge)
If you think the covid pandemic can be described as luck, then I cant help you. I have said over and over again I voted leave to end the superiority of EU law and here is a example of us using our new found sovereignty to pur benefit.

But... I wish we had not had to, I wish covid didn't exist.
I agree with your last statement, however one cannot deny this pandemic has helped exemplify the removal from EU law which has been of benefit to the leave campaign. I do believe that in principle you are correct that our current vaccine rollout couldn’t have been achieved if we were still a member. I’m happy to concede that, however it is still blatantly obvious how this have fallen into leaver laps. The endgame will be is this new found power above EU law is worth tanking the economy for, I’d say no, but then you know I’d always pick the economy over anything.
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