We asked readers to share their ideas for guiding Britain through Brexit. Here are some of the most compelling.

A plan for Britain:

Use tariffs we put on goods coming into the country to subsidise those in the UK who trade with the EU.
Make a deal with New Zealand that allows the UK access to all of their trade deals.
Provide temporary worker visas with no restrictions other than proof of employment.
Rising food prices may force the government to rush into a formal trading agreement.
Up-skill British citizens who feel they are competing for jobs by offering them free professional training.
International students and postgrads should have softer immigration restrictions - they are great for Britain.
Communities with more immigrants should have access to immigration grants.
Re-apply for membership of the European Free Trade Association.
Companies like mine should establish a base in the EU to cope with Brexit.
A ‘European Bill of Rights’ could change the negative nature of the public debate.
Britain has one decent option: an association agreement like that of Ukraine.
Enlarge the UK’s infrastructure so it can support immigrants.
A federated dual system allowing quasi-independence for Scotland and Northern Ireland.
It's simple: pursue free trade.
Keep London in the EU.
To help the EU, provide an ECB reserve to give relief to countries that receive sudden influxes of migrants.
De-link the UK economy and become more self reliant in food and goods.
Have a team of medical doctors evaluate policies by how many premature deaths they could cause.
Decentralise the UK economy - create incentives to invest in cities like Birmingham, Manchester and York.
Theresa May's target is simple: alleviate the anger of the crowd. Raise median income relative to house prices.
We must find the trigger for Europe to change in a way that harnesses its evolutionary gene.
Press on with massive infrastructure spending – why not build runways at Heathrow and Gatwick?
Brits don't know what they're missing. Cancel Brexit and establish a regional development programme.
Discuss trade agreements, but revert to bilateral deals if Europe chooses to close the door.
Is it unimaginable that we can create new industry in the British towns left behind?
Provide more representation in Whitehall for those living outside of London.
We need EU staff. Remain in the single market with only a high limit on European immigration.
A new infrastructure bank, backed by the taxpayer, to fund real wealth creation.
Invite more UK citizens into conversations about the economy earlier, and ensure that politicians create economic policy with their needs in mind.
Britain must become a world leader in tech, not manufacturing. Technology will save the economy - tea won't.
Reform Britain's education system to teach creativity and character, not skills that will soon be replaced by computers.
The EU should limit its power to its four freedoms, and abolish the European Commission.
Tighten Britian's borders to immigrants but provide more aid to countries who are losing their workers.
What if we took this argument out of the hands of lawyers and politicians and handed it over to a team of engineers? Could they fix it?
Have local UK councils decide on local minimum salary thresholds for their region. Everyone over that threshold is automatically approved for a visa.
Build a tax system that rewards forward thinking companies and punishes backward thinking ones.
The Trump administration will likely be striving for positive trade deals. This could help the UK post-Brexit.
Revamp telecoms industry for transformation of business and education.
Strengthen the points-based immigration system to more closely resemble that of Australia.
Develop stronger cultural and economic ties between the UK and South Asian, English-speaking countries like India and Pakistan.
Migrants should pay a charge. Economically speaking, immigration can and should pay for itself.
Become Canada's eleventh province.
Migration to the UK should be open to all citizens provided they apply for a stay permit.
Using Singapore and Hong Kong as models, turn Britain into the world's gateway to emerging markets.
Provide a six-month amnesty, within which illegal immigrants can register and become legal, no questions asked. Then help them integrate.
Offer British expats a Europe-wide ‘green card’, guaranteeing their right to reside and work within the post-Brexit EU.
The EU must reorganise to be led by a small core, the 'Founding Six'. Outside this core, a more integrated Eurozone should exist.
Look to former Soviet countries' transition to independence in the 1990s for guidence in the UK's economic transition.
The EU must construct mechanisms to protect the biggest losers of globalisation, because they are also the biggest Eurosceptics.
The EU should radically downsize and pursue a structure more akin to the UN.
The UK should learn from China's model and set up a free trade zone in London.
The Leave vote was more pro-sovereignty than anti-immigration, despite the narrative. Let's redefine the debate.
Build a new agreement between Britain and the EU that could let them strike bargains while sidestepping political pride and saving face.
In a post-Brexit Britain, our vocational education system must work properly.
Before doing anything else, Europe needs to slow down and unify.
Britain should not be negotiating trade deals in secret - it should provide an open-source free trade agreement for all nations.
Parliament will likely not scrutinise all 7,000 items of EU-based law and decide what will remain and what will be repealed.
Data show that British businesses depend on EU workers. They must work with policymakers to strike a new talent deal.
My analysis shows that Britain receives far more benefits from market access to the EU than it would from access to the Commonwealth.
Britain's trade balance in services ran a surplus in 2015, while goods ran a deficit. Its economic future depends on it producing an increased flow of services to the world.
We must encourage cultural exchange between Britain and the EU. International experiences strengthen innovation and critical thinking skills.
The House of Lords must be reformed.
The UK should ask for an EU-wide mobility rebate to help control EU migration.
Start regional investment banks around the UK so money can be invested locally, creating jobs post-Brexit.
We should be asking the EU for their red lines, not demanding red lines from our own government.
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