As a “Remain” voter, making the best of this Brexit situation means negotiating a deal with the EU which leaves the U.K. as a member State in all but name. But with Theresa May seemingly going for a “hard” Brexit, this doesn’t look likely — at least at this point in time.
So if we’re stuck with a hard or at least non-“soft” Brexit, what should we do? We should look not to the U.S. or trade agreements with other countries for a solution, but instead no further than Scotland.
If another independence referendum is held, Scots may want independence so that Scotland can rejoin the EU or negotiate a deal which would award it de facto EU membership.