As David Cameron so brutally found out in 2015-16, there is limited appetite in Brussels to be helpful or flexible towards Britain.
Once we leave the E.U., we will be able to slash the £600 million of costs of Brussels bureaucracy that hold back our businesses.
Whether it was in the 1980s under Margaret Thatcher, the 1950s under Churchill and Macmillan or in the early days of the Cameron administration, when our party has spoken for the people we have won.
If your country isn't stable and free from the threat of violence then you can't get to work, you can't get to the local clinic and your children can't go to school.
No self-respecting country - especially one with our clout and proud history - should sign up to a proposal that surrenders the power to veto our foreign and trade policy to another entity.
With Boris Johnson leading the Conservative Party and as Prime Minister, the United Kingdom, at long last, will have a Prime Minister who believes in Britain and is in tune with the views of the millions of people who voted - over three years ago now - to leave the E.U.
The end of free movement means that we will be able to consider the impact on the existing labour market when determining whether we want unskilled workers from the E.U. to be able to come to the U.K.
We should not listen to those who continue to repeat the disproved doom-mongering of 'Project Fear.'
Britain's generosity in the world has allowed us to help the poorest countries to get on the road to industrialisation through economic development and private sector investment in the world's most difficult frontier markets, where jobs and economic opportunities are desperately needed.
As the party that believes in economic freedom and low taxes, it is scandalous that we have presided over the tax burden rising for hardworking families and businesses.
Strong encryption enables commerce and protects us online.
Putting more money into families' pockets will help them with the rising cost of living, and reducing the tax burden on business will help foster the entrepreneurial spirit of those who want to start-up or grow their own firms.
Free from the shackles of the E.U. - and an automatic right of entry for their citizens, with or without work - we will be able to give the type of preference to brilliant scientists, academics and highly-skilled workers that we want to see more of.
Freedom from the E.U. can only be beneficial for our country. We could finally take control of our immigration policies, introduce a fairer system, and keep numbers at a sustainable level that benefits our economy.
On the Left, there is an emerging nostalgia on for renationalisation as a panacea for all our economic challenges. Every train fare increase, water price rise or electricity rate change triggers a well-orchestrated hue and cry for our essential infrastructure to be taken back into public hands.
I know at first-hand the importance of hard work and the value of work experience.
Free trade is the way to bring jobs and prosperity.
The case for open markets, free trade, private investment and technology has never been stronger in development. Over the decades, this combination has driven down poverty, helped to tackle disease, and created jobs across the globe.
Our police officers are on the front line of a battle to maintain control of our streets.
Geoffrey Howe's Budget of 1981 is remembered for transforming the economy and delivering economic freedoms to families and businesses.