Leaving the EU is a process, not an event which will happen on 24th June. Nothing changes in law when we vote Leave.
We are not choosing a government on 23 June. A Leave result in this referendum will instruct the current Government to negotiate our exit on the best possible terms.
As the Chairman of Britain Stronger In Europe, Lord Rose, openly admitted:
It’s not going to be a step change or somebody’s going to turn the lights out and we’re all suddenly going to find that we can’t go to France, it’s going to be a gentle process.
The EU has a process in treaty law for a member to leave. EU members are required by treaty law to “establish an area of prosperity and good neighbourliness, founded on the values of the Union and characterised by close and peaceful relations based on cooperation.”
By leaving the EU, we will be able to gain influence and thrive as an outward-looking, globalist country. Far from being on our own, we will continue economic, military, and humanitarian relationships of cooperation with countries around the world.
For the change we need, vote to Leave on 23rd June.