He said: "If we hadn't had Brexit, we probably wouldn't be talking about an austerity budget this week - the need for tax rises, spending cuts wouldn't be there, if Brexit hadn't reduced the economy's potential output so much."
\u201c#BrexitHasFailed...\n\nIt's time all of us admit it now.\u201d
— Durham Whines. No, I'm the PM. (@Durham Whines. No, I'm the PM.)
\u201c\ud83d\udd25 Oof!! HUGE poll from YouGov. \ud83d\udd25\n\n\u201cIn hindsight, do you think Britain was right or wrong to vote to leave the European Union?\u201d\n\nRight to Leave: 32%\nWrong to Leave: 56% \n\nLargest ever gap (+24)\u2026 and that gap has been opening wider & wider over this year.\u201d
— Dr Mike Galsworthy (@Dr Mike Galsworthy)
\u201cSupport for Brexit hits a record low, @YouGov finds. 56% now say it was the wrong decision, vs 32%. Polling on it looks pretty closely linked to the popularity of the Tory government who executed it.\u201d
We, as a nation, should have gone to Specsavers...
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