Six major Brexit wins as desperate Rejoiners set to hold march in London

Thousands of Remainers will today descend on London for a rally demanding the UK rejoin the EU.

The National Rejoin March organised by an alliance of pro-Brussels groups kicks off at midday.

Remainers will march through central London and end up in Parliament Square, where speakers include Belgian MEP Guy Verhofstadt, anti-Brexit activist Steve Bray and Europhile campaigner Gina Miller.

Organisers of the event have claimed Brexit has “failed” and demanded “we want our star back”.

But here the Express rounds up six huge Brexit wins only made possible by Britain’s departure from the EU.

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CPTPP and other trade deals

The UK has already secured post-Brexit deals with 73 countries as well as Brussels, accounting for £1.1trillion of trade in 2022.

In March, Britain joined the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) in March in the biggest agreement to date.

The UK is the first new member to join the Indo-Pacific trade bloc – comprising Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore and Vietnam – since its formation in 2018.

And a bumper free trade agreement with India is thought to be imminent in a major post-Brexit prize.

Taking back control

The UK has regained its status as a sovereign, independent country following its EU exit as per the famous Brexit slogan.

The power to make and scrutinise laws has been fully restored to Westminster.

And Britain is no longer under the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice, with the UK Supreme Court as the final arbiter of the law.


Free movement has been ended with the introduction of a points-based immigration system focused on skilled workers.

While there has been a Tory backlash over record net migration levels following Brexit, the UK is ultimately now in charge of who comes here to live, work and study.

Not paying into the EU’s coffers

Britain is no longer sending vast amounts of money in contributions to Brussels’ budget.

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Boris Johnson earlier this year hailed Brexit for allowing Britain to “do things differently” when it comes to supporting Ukraine.

The former PM – who is widely viewed as a hero in Kyiv – said providing the war-torn nation with anti-tank missiles may not have happened without the UK’s exit from the bloc.

Speaking in Washington DC in February, he said: “I seriously think that it was in part because of Brexit that we were able to take a decision and to have an approach that was very distinct from the old EU approach.”

The UK has led the way in backing Ukraine in the face of Russia’s brutal and unprovoked invasion.

Annoyed the right people

One of the underappreciated benefits of Brexit is that it has infuriated so many people who needed to be stirred from their state of self-satisfaction.

You may envisage virtue signallers like Gary Lineker and his fellow BBC luvvies. Or the offended expressions of politicians like Lord Adonis or Anna Soubry.

The way it has made some of our most toxic public figures like Alastair Campbell rant.

Conceited EU politicians like Guy Verhofstadt, Ursula von der Leyen or Emmanuel Macron have seen their dreams of an EU superstate endangered.

But most of all it has exposed people like Sir Tony Blair and Sir Keir Starmer as anti-democrats who would rather Britain be run by unaccountable bureaucrats than listen to the will of the people.

In other words, Brexit annoyed all the right people and showed up its opponents for who they really are.


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