Great Britain’s Ex-Prime Minister Tony Blair has sensed danger from the Brits’ vote to leave the European Union.
Blair said in a Friday column in The Daily Telegraph that the future of the United Kingdom is at stake as the country faces negotiations on the terms of leaving the European Union.
Of course there’s danger—there always is when a change as large as this is embarked on. But Great Britain didn’t get to be as great as it was and still is by being timid. This move is a great opportunity for the nation, much more so than it is a risk, however real that risk is.
Blair also worried:
Britain is dangerously divided, with “profound dismay” felt by many of the 48 percent who wanted to remain in the EU.
He’s missing the other question, though: would Great Britain be any less divided had they voted to Remain? Not a bit.
Look forward, not backward.