Tory MP forced to admit loss of bankers to EU is because of Brexit

Last Updated: September 21, 2022By Tags: , , , , , , , , ,

A Tory MP, trying to defend Liz Truss lifting the cap on bankers’ bonuses by saying the UK needs to stop them defecting to the EU, was forced to admit that bankers are only going there because of Brexit.

It’s a huge foot-in-mouth moment because Truss is currently a huge Brexiteer (she used to be a Remainer but it seems she’ll support anything if she thinks it’s good for her career) and the decision to leave the EU is not to be questioned on any level.

And it is also true; lifting the bonus cap won’t keep bankers from going to the European Union if that is where their job takes them, due to political decisions.

Here’s Maximilien Robespierre:

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