Brexit means exploitation of the many for the benefit of the few, say Boris and friends

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn once accused the Theresa May government of seeking a post-Brexit Britain akin to an offshore tax haven, with minimal workers’ rights. But an alliance between ultra-Brexiteers and neoliberals is determined that this scenario becomes reality. Which could explain why some leading figures in government are now promoting a ‘no deal’ Brexit as the only option.

Despite, that is, dire warnings from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) that Britain will need to reverse Brexit or face complete disaster.

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