How Brexit could lead to Britain becoming a land of the rich

by DiEM25 Team

How Brexit could lead to Britain becoming a land of the rich! The UK’s EU referendum campaign was one of the most divisive campaigns in modern British history: the question whether the UK should remain or leave the EU split the nation, families and friends.

Brexit lies by the Leave campaign!

The Leave campaign, funded by wealthy anti-EU people, managed to convince people that voting to leave was voting for hope and a brighter future for Britain, taking back control and spending more money in Britain than in Brussels! The extent of lies from the Leave campaign has been evident since the end of the EU referendum outcome: the famous slogans such as 350 million pounds more each week for the NHS were never mentioned again and taking back control of immigration which is already leading to higher levels of skill and staff shortages!
Brexit only has one winner: the rich!
For the rich Brexit is a dream come true: leaving means an end to follow EU directives with the potential post-Brexit to influence the UK government to lower standards for healthcare, environment, taxation, working rights amongst others while maximising profits thanks to UK government plans to reduce the corporate tax to 18% in the FY 2020.
by Kevin Wrightley

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