Unfortunately, we missed a great opportunity to have someone who spoke out the truth, such as Jeremy Corbyn as our leader, because we chose to pay our attention to British “independent fact-checkers” and the mainstream media, which instead of portraying the full picture, decided to incorrectly correct claims by Tory leaders that Brexit isn’t about delivering a low-wage tax haven.
The BBC is wrong about Brexit not having huge implications on wealthy British tax-dodgers because if we remained in the EU, they would be trialled at the European Court of Justice, instead of a British court.
Michel Barnier’s Brexit trade deal demands from the British government to comply with Level Playing Field, such as fighting tax avoidance.
Prominent Brexiter and ERG member was a senior non-executive director of Idox Group, the company that is was in charge of processing postal votes counted at the EU referendum.
Ever since he announced his U-turn on the EU referendum in 2013, David Cameron spent his time exclusively in the company of executive officials of the British pro-Brexit press, which according to James O’Brien, are owned by wealthy tax-avoiding billionaires who felt threatened by the new EU Directive intended to bring an end to their tax-avoiding practices.
For someone who, throughout his Brexit campaign, complained about the overcrowded hospitals and schools, one might have expected from Nigel Farage to welcome EU’s efforts to end tax-dodging practices in the UK, but he didn’t. After the Supreme Court ruled that it’s up to the Parliament and not the government to trigger Article 50, MrContinue reading “Watch Nigel Farage condemn the EU’s intention to end tax-dodging practices within its member states”
Through their EU Anti Tax Avoidance Directive, the European Commission tried to terminate the harsh austerity measures in the UK, however, prominent Brexiteers and the pro-Brexit press managed to demonise the European Union, convince the British people to vote leave and protect the sovereignty of wealthy British tax-dodgers from the new EU law!
Boris Johnson wants the United Kingdom outside the European Union as scheduled on 31 October so that he could create freeports and tax-freezones and turn the UK into a tax haven by not subjecting Britain to the EU Anti Tax Avoidance Directive and European Court of Justice.
A chronology of key events that led to David Cameron’s EU referendum, covering the Greek financial crisis, Christine Lagarde’s revelation about the massive tax avoidance perpetrated by wealthy Greek individuals that instigated Nicholas Sarkozy to combat tax avoidance and evasion, mounting up to the EU Anti Tax Avoidance Directive, and Nigel Farage’s campaign to leave the EU.
Prominent Brexiteers like Boris Johnson, Nigel Farage, and Jacob Rees-Mogg have repeatedly proclaimed that the European Court of Justice (ECJ) threatens the sovereignty of the United Kingdom and British courts! Regrettably, before the EU referendum, they declined to inform British voters that ECJ also threatens the tax-dodging practices within EU member states, similar to theContinue reading “The real reason behind Boris Johnson’s contempt for the European Court of Justice (ECJ)”