3. Establish Free Trade
These are simply ways to collect tax. They also penalise some businesses thereby implicitly promoting others. And they slow-up trade. They do not 'protect British industry' - they cause the stagnation of British Industry.
Quotas agreed with the EU or any other country only prevent individuals making their own choices about how much to produce or consume. The government has no right to determine what is best for its citizens.
The government tries to control the price of food through the CAP and various other resources through tax. It does not own these products and so has no legitimate control over them.
Joining the North American Free Trade Association would ease the flow of goods and capital between us and the huge market of geographic North America. Free trade allows individuals to get what they want. Protectionism stifles innovation and so holds down the standard of living. (e.g. Japan until 19thC). The invitation to join NAFTA is a great opportunity and should be taken regardless of the rest of Europe. They will join in time when they see the massive growth we experience from it.
Known as 'Anti-trust' in America and 'Monopolies and Mergers' over here, it is always wrong. Its powers are used by the state to control businesses, either by splitting them up, or stopping them joining, or controlling their products and prices. It thereby denies the individuals involved in a business the right to buy, sell or control their own property. Besides being immoral, competition law is based on a false theory of economics, which claims that a monopoly can charge any price and still survive. In a free market monopolies are always being swept away by younger, quicker, more innovative companies. The only exception to that is a government monopoly, since its customers cannot take their money elsewhere.