Source: BBC, Telegraph
A big player in the vote for leave has recently come out, with the head of Dyson industries and billionaire Sir James Dyson announcing he is voting for Brexit.
The BBC have published that the inventor said the idea that Britain could not trade successfully outside the EU was “absolute cobblers”.
He said the single market did not work because exporters had to adapt products like his to cater for different languages and different types of plugs.
Britain Stronger in Europe said: “James Dyson wanted the UK to join the euro. He was wrong then and he is wrong now.”
Speaking to the Daily Telegraph, Sir James, who is best known for designing a bagless vacuum cleaner, said the UK “will create more wealth and more jobs by being outside the EU than we will within it”.
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