Brexit WIN! Project Fear ‘evaporated’ as Remainers mocked for being left in ‘wilderness’

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The UK formally left the European Union in January 1, 2021 – nearly one year ago – after signing an eleventh-hour post-Brexit trade deal with Brussels. Remainers attempting to campaign for the UK to one day rejoin have continued to lash out at the decision while desperately trying to dismiss Brexit Britain’s successes. But lucrative trade deals have been signed, including one with Australia earlier this month which the UK Government described as a “historic trade agreement” – the first from scratch since leaving the EU.

Huge companies are now looking to Brexit Britain as well, including oil giant Royal Dutch Shell, which is scrapping its dual share structure and moving its head office to the UK from the Netherlands.

Last month, motoring giant Nissan announced its huge Sunderland plant will be at the centre of a £13.2billion investment, with the hub being used to develop 23 electric cars by 2030.

The latest forecasts from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) also show the UK economy is set to outperform the EU’s top economies and that of the Eurozone as a whole this year and next.

Nile Gardiner, a foreign policy analyst and former aide to the late Margaret Thatcher, has destroyed Project Fear and argued their warnings have now “evaporated”.

He claimed the Project Fear doom-mongering “will always be out there but they have a lost cause on their hands”, arguing the Remainer camp looks “isolated, out of touch and in the wilderness”.

Mr Gardiner told Express.co.uk: “All of warnings that came from the Remainer fear campaign have evaporated.

“Britain is destined to do very well in the post-Brexit era, free from the shackles of the EU.

“It is very clear the City of London is booming after Brexit. There has been no exodus of jobs, in fact quite the opposite.

“There are increased levels of investment coming into the city and the UK as a whole.

“Foreign companies from Japan to the US are setting up new HQs and new factories in the UK.

“Britain is going to be infinitely better off as a free sovereign nation that is not tied down by mountains of EU regulation and bureaucracy.”

He added: “The Project Fear doom-mongering will always be out there but they have a lost cause on their hands.

“The vast majority of British people have accepted the reality of Brexit and embraced it, as has most of the world, with the exception of the French and the European Commission.

“Several European leaders I have spoken to have said they want a constructive working relationship with Brexit Britain.

“The Remainer camp looks isolated, out of touch and in the wilderness.”

The beaming comments from the foreign policy expert come after Charles-Henri Gallois, President of the Generation Frexit campaign group in France, argued there are now several examples of how Project Fear doom-mongering is being destroyed.

The campaigner, listing the four major areas Project Fear was wrong, told Express.co.uk: “I have been thinking that Britain was correct to leave since day one.

“It shows that Project Fear was wrong on everything. Wrong on unemployment, wrong on the growth, wrong on investments, wrong on the pound value.

“Actually, if you look at the IMF predictions, the UK will do better than the Eurozone.”

Eric Noirez, also from Generation Frexit, had described the announcement of Shell relocating its main operations to the UK as a “political bomb”.

He told Express.co.uk: “It is an incredibly revealing example – Shell, a British and Dutch company, the third-largest in the world, decides, between the EU member country where it has been established for 17 years and the country that has just left the structure governed by the laws of Brussels, to choose the latter.

“In doing so, Shell is in a way doing its own Brexit.

“Shell is coming to say to the world to say ‘We too prefer to leave the European Union’ and ‘The future belongs to those who leave the European Union’.

“This announcement is a political bomb!”

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