Emergency debate in Parliament 27th June 2016 to discuss repealing the European Communities Act (1972).
Within that following week, removal of said Act form statute books; thus in one of a pen, Britain has withdrawn from the E.E.C. and all our obligations.
Immediate cessation of financial contributions to the E.E.C. amounting to a net amount of some 10 billion pounds a year.
Immediate resumption of complete control and exclusive access of territorial fishing rights which were given away in order to join the E.E.C in 1972.
Deployment of the Royal Navy around the coast of Britain to enforce British Territorial waters and deny access to foreign fishing vessels.
We continue to trade with Europe, on a tariff free, bi-lateral basis.
We revert to full, normal passport control on everybody entering and leaving the country; as per every other nation with any sense does and like we used to do.
Let's say all of that was done by Monday 4th July 2016 which by coincidence, is American Independence day, se we announce that as our own Independence Day and enjoy joint celebrations with the yanks.
And if the European, Federalist Super-state fanatics and loons in Brussels want to impose tariffs on our exports, we simply reciprocate in kind and apply it to theirs.
They wouldn't dare.
Audi, BMW, Mercedes, Porsche V.W., Siemens, Bosch and A.E.G. in Germany; Renault, Citroen, Peugeot, Tefal, St. Gobain Glass and vineyards in France; Fiat, Ferrari, Maserati, Indesit, Radiant Bruciatori boilers and Carpigiani ice cream machine manufacturers in Italy; orange growers and Seat cars in Spain; to name but a few manufacturing companies in Europe would go in to meltdown with panic.
They would be rioting in the streets if their government did not allow free trade with Britain; we import far more from them than we export to them and they need us.
Oh and if they send our several thousand Brits back from living in Europe, we'll send the millions of them back.
Spend the rest of the year making trade agreements with the rest of the world and repealing all unnecessary and irrelevant 'regulations' from Brussels.
Well, under our 'Brexit' plan it looks like that's it then, all done and dusted.
All eminently achievable within the timescale given and already the millions of pounds a week we're saving are now going to the NHS.