After Britain’s referendum vote to leave the European Union, Brexit’s loudest advocates scurried from public view and the political establishment descended into a caustic battle for control. Emerging from the melee was Theresa May, who has a reputation for consistency, if little else. But Britain doesn’t need a caretaker in these uncertain times. It needs bold, innovative leadership.

One person has quietly stepped up: Canadian Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England. Mr. Carney acted quickly to stem the Brexit panic. Now, he can and should do more.

Read the full article by Alex Tapscott on The Globe and Mail.