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With Labour polling 50% MR Sunak should now decide when he will sack the Chancellor & put Mr Redwood in his place. He should call for the BoE Governor to go & reform the banks mandate. He should abolish the OBR & put in place an Economic Advisory Cmmtt aligned to growth.
John Redwood talks bollocks. Single Market did NOT force us to pay huge sums. The net EU fee was £9B/yr. Now we're paying Brexit lost trades £100B/yr & we're the worst G7 economy. Anyone sane can do the maths. ERGs & Tories are insane & selfish tax avoiders.
Hunt increased the windfall tax on energy companies. But he also extended it until 2028 rather than 2025, adding £19.4 billion to the existing bill. Tories looking for growth say it isn’t the answer & they are not happy .
John Redwood is an odious little man. In the '80's it was single mothers who were being blamed for every perceived wrong in society. He even went as far to say that single mothers should have their children adopted No surprise, he is funded by the dark money of The Bruges Group
There will always be Brextremists but they will become a fringe - a few old guys: Frost, Hannan, Moylan, Bolton, Habib, IDS, Bone, Redwood, Cash, Cruddas who still think that had it been done properly, it would have worked. They will sit in the back bar and nurse their pints.
Bloody hell they re all out on Twitter, Tice, Banks Redwood and the Bruges Group. They are all scared stiff. Something is going on behind the scene in this UKIP/Tory Party, are they finally going to admit Brexit is a disaster for the UK #ToriesOut138 #GeneralElectionNow
Why are taxpayers being asked to pay an astonishing £133 bn over the next 5 years to the Bank of England to cover their losses? No wonder the squeeze on people is so big. The US Central Bank will not get any such subsidy from US taxpayers to cover its huge losses.
Why did the Bank of England think it could create £450 billion of money since 2020 and buy very expensive bonds without triggering rapid inflation? Why did it not think about the big losses it would incur when getting rid of the bonds later?
The EU single market made us pay huge sums into the EU so they could replace our home production with their exports. We lost out in steel, cars, food, fish, chemicals, energy and many other key areas as they used rules and unfair competition against us.
Mr Ambassador: you are too polite. Redwood regularly makes ridiculous and false claims about the EU. Unfortunately he was part of the untruthful and misleading campaign in support of Brexit. John Redwood