UK. ALIMENTELE SE VOR IEFTINI DUPĂ BREXIT. Fiecare britanic va economisi 305 lire sterline pe an, aproximativ 15 milioane lei vechi, după ce britanicii vor părăsi federația internaționalistă numită UE
Nota Redacției: În timp ce produsele agricole franceze, germane, austriece (supra-subvenționate de federaliştii progresişti de la conducerea UE) sunt vândute fără taxe în interiorul UE ucigând agricultura românească, Federaliştii din UE pun taxe vamale draconice pe produsele agricole din afara UE: portocale, banane, lămâi, cafea, cacao, ciocolată, etc..Sau pe produsele electronice şi de IT care nu se produc în Europa: televizoare, telefoane, computere, componente IT etc...
Fostul ministru britanic Owen Paterson a anunțat că în Marea Britanie ALIMENTELE SE VOR IEFTINI DUPĂ BREXIT. Fiecare familie britanică va economisi în medie 305 lire sterline pe an, aproximativ 15 milioane lei vechi, după ce britanicii vor părăsi federația internaționalistă numită UE
Alt fost ministru a spus că politica agricolă a UE-ului este o catastrofă distrugându-i pe micii producători şi dezavantajându-i prin prețurile practicate pe consumatori şi că prețurile se vor micşora după de Marea Britanie va scăpa de taxarea aberantă impusă de UE.
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BREGGSIT Food price fall could save families £305 a year once we’re free from single market says former Environment Secretary
The ex-Cabinet Minister said hard-pressed families could save £305 per year when Britain has its own seat at World Trade Organisation negotiations
FAMILIES will save £305 a year on cheaper food if Britain quits the customs union, a former Environment Secretary declared yesterday.
Ex Cabinet Minister Owen Paterson said households could take advantage of “massive gains” if the UK breaks free from the stranglehold of the EU’s single market.
Families could save £305 a year on their food shop after Britain leaves the single market, an ex-Cabinet Minister has claimed
The leading Brexiteer said hard-pressed families would benefit from “cheaper food at world prices” when Britain gets its own seat at the World Trade Organisation and can strike its own deals.
At the launch of a pro Brexit free trade pressure group yesterday, he said: “There are massive gains for every single citizen if we leave the customs union and we escape the common external tariff.
“Every one of us eats three times a day every citizen in this country would be better off if we had cheaper food at world prices.
Former Environmental Secretary Owen Paterson said Britain having its own seat at the World Trade Organisation will allow us to strike better deals
“Every household would be about £305 better off each year.”
Experts from Economists for Free Trade – a group of 15 economists including six former Government advisers and academics – yesterday called on Theresa May to prepare to scrap all tariffs on imports when the UK quits the EU.
Professor Patrick Minford from Cardiff Business School – who debunked the Treasury’s Project Fear doom-mongering over Brexit – said the move would slash prices for shoppers by eight per cent and boost the economy by four per cent.
Experts yesterday called on Theresa May to scrap all import taxes for post-Brexit Britain
Chancellor Philip Hammond is said to oppose ditching tariffs or leaving the customs union because of the economic consequences.
But Prof Minford branded him “economically illiterate” just like George Osborne before him, saying Britain could easily cope with the economic upheaval.
He said Treasury coffers could see a boost of up to seven per cent with the right deal.
Whilst Chancellor Philip Hammond is said to be against ditching tariffs due to economic consequences
He added: “There are great gains to be made from eliminating the protection that the EU exerts over food, through the common agricultural policy and the associated tariffs, and also manufacturing.
Ex-Defra Secretary Bronwyn Hill claimed there were ‘golden opportunities’ for her department after leaving the EU
It came as former Defra Permanent Secretary Bronwyn Hill declared there were “golden opportunities” for her department post Brexit.
The retired mandarin told how she regularly “banged her head against the wall” trying to get 27 other countries to agree to reforms to the Common Agricultural Policy in Europe