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Jacob Rees-Mogg: hard Brexit would boost UK by £135bn over 5 years14 Nov 9:35am

Jacob Rees-Mogg: hard Brexit would boost UK by £135bn over 5 years

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Pro-Brexit backbencher says dividend only possible with policy of free trade, reduced regulation and lower taxes The UK economy could enjoy a post-Brexit financial dividend of £135bn in the five years after its departure from the EU, Jacob Rees-Mogg has said, an opinion that attracted a direct if brief endorsement from the Department for International Trade. At a speech in London, the leading pro-Brexit backbencher lambasted what he called the “false assumptions” of Philip Hammond’s Treasury ahead of next week’s budget, insisting that leaving the EU would provide a huge economic boost.
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