The hidden truth behind Brexit?

Whilst everything else is still negotiable, in her recent Brexit speech, Mrs May made it clear that she will end ECJ’s jurisdiction in the UK, which means that our wealthy elite will continue to enjoy their tax dodging practices.

In her recent Brexit speech, British Prime Minister Theresa May reassured Mr Farage that his ambition of freeing the UK from the ECJ will be implemented in full.

Reflecting on Supreme Court’s decision that the British Parliament must decide whether or not to trigger Article 50, Mr Farage revealed the crucial aspect of his Brexit campaign, stating:

“Well, we would be half-Brexiting is my guess – is that legally we may get out of some aspects of EU membership, but if we stay in the single market, we finish up with all our businesses being regulated somewhere else and indeed a court in Luxembourg that can overrule our own Supreme Court and if that happens it will a supreme act of betrayal.”

Whilst majority of other issues are still negotiable, British Prime Minister confirmed that:

“The second hard fact is that even after we have left the jurisdiction of the ECJ, EU law and the decisions of the ECJ will continue to affect us… That means cases will be determined in our courts. But, where appropriate, our courts will continue to look at the ECJ’s judgments, as they do for the appropriate jurisprudence of other countries’ courts… But, in the future, the EU treaties and hence EU law will no longer apply in the UK.”


However, not all leavers will look forward to ending ECJ’s jurisdiction in the UK.

As of the year 2019, ECJ will ensure that all EU member states implement its new Anti Tax Avoidance Directive, forcing wealthy tax-dodgers to pay their dues.

However, Mrs May made it clear that she will end its jurisdiction over the British territories and secure data protection arrangements for UK businesses.

Following Euro’s decline, caused by EU’s Greek bailout and the SFR’s shocking revelation that wealthy Greeks stored around €80 billion in Swiss banks to avoid paying their taxes, the European Commission decided to bring an end to tax-avoiding practices amongst its member states.

The European Commission began working on the EU’s new Anti Tax Avoidance Directive in 2013, endorsed it in 2016, and its member states must implement it by 2019.

The dates of the development of EU’s Anti Tax Avoidance Directive coincides with key Brexit developments.

In 2012, the European Commission produced their action plan to clamp down on tax avoidance, and within a month, David Cameron announced that he changed his mind and that he favours an EU referendum.

In 2016, the European Commission produced the first draft of the EU Anti Tax Avoidance Directive and within a month, David Cameron announced the date for EU referendum.

In 2019, all EU member states have to implement the EU Anti Tax Avoidance Directive, by which time the UK is expected to leave the EU and its Directives.

EU’s Anti Tax Avoidance Directive aims to ensure a stable fiscal environment for its member states, decent healthcare, education and public services.

ECJ is the institution that will force Irish government to collect the outstanding €13bn in taxes from Apple, and one could easily comprehend why Mr Farage and other tax dodgers campaigned so hard to terminate its jurisdiction in the UK!

In fact, the majority of highly influential people and owners of establishments who campaigned for Brexit are elitists who believe that others should pay their due taxes, not them.

Even Mr Farage avoided paying taxes by setting up an offshore fund in the Isle of Man.

Other prominent Brexiteers who have avoided paying tax to UK tax authorities are:

  • Arron Banks, who is associated with and profits from companies set up in the British Virgin Islands and Gibraltar tax havens.

  • Sir James Dyson, who partially avoided his full share of tax by setting up companies in Malta, the Isle of Man and Luxembourg tax havens.

  • Lord Ashcroft, who avoided paying his taxes by registering as a resident Belize and setting up a trust fund in Bermuda.

The list of prominent pro-Brexit newspapers are owned by individuals who avoid paying tax to UK tax authorities are:

  • The owner of the Sun newspaper, Rupert Murdoch avoided paying his taxes by setting up his companies in the British Virgin Islands and the Cayman Islands tax havens.

  • The owners of the Telegraph newspaper, David and Frederick Barclay avoided paying their taxes by registering as residents of Sark island, located in the Channel Island tax haven.

  • The owner of the Daily Mail newspaper, Lord Rothermere avoided paying his taxes by inheriting the Daily Mail through an offshore trust set up in the Channel Island tax haven and being registered as “non-dom”.

  • The owner of the Express newspaper, Richard Desmond avoided paying his taxes by setting up a company in Luxembourg’s tax haven.

So, now you know why most of our wealthy tax-dodgers campaigned to leave the EU.

Thanks to hardworking and struggling people who voted to leave the EU, who managed to prolong the ongoing harsh austerity measures, leading to privatization of the NHS,  our wealthy elite will continue with their tax-dodging practices, free from EU’s Anti Tax Avoidance Directive and ECJ’s rulings.






46 thoughts on “The hidden truth behind Brexit?

  1. I don’t Trust anyone today, News Papers I Never read, Television I Never watch, Del Boy Farage is a Con Artist but also a true blue tory, although he would like you to think he was just one of the Boys,haha but having said that, on the 8 th June I will still be voting Labour.

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    1. Graham Walker – you are English AND European – there is no contradiction there! Our Queen is from German Stock – her husband Greek. Our next King will be part Greek and German. Our country – our England once extended throughout huge swathes of France and still counts the Channel islands as Crown dependencies – not to mention Gibraltar! Our forefathers paid in blood for peace in Europe – so please excuse us from your pathetic phoney and wholly false patriotism – based on some imagined fairy tale facts. You voted leave because you fail to grasp this countries relationship to the EU and the rest of the world, and unless you’re a multi-millionaire you will pay through the nose for your half-baked choice. The article is clearly about why the major press barons supported Brexit – are you a press baron? No you’re not – the article was not about why Graham Walker voted Brexit – but you’ve made that apparently clear in your response – it’s because your a fuckwit who can’t even spell garbage who has been whipped up into a frenzy by said press barons into believing a wholly false jingoistic fake-patriot scenario, thereby voting Brexit and by consequence helping them avoid paying their tax duties that go to support our vital services. You have been manipulated and used by some of the very best in the business – there is no shame in that – but there is still time to repent – and I’d start by not leaving comments on articles your obviously struggling to understand.

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      1. Spot on. Glad i am not the only one to spot what the mega tax doggers have done!!


      2. Just a minor point … I would suggest that the Press Barons instigated and pushed for Brexit


    2. There is no such thing as English you are British and like all of us mixed race . I sopose you could come from a long line of inbreeding but it is unlikely

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      1. Sorry but even though my ancestors may have been Welsh or Irish, I am English. Born in England, speak English, relate to English history, England national sports, Morris Dancing and the Village Green.


      2. Try reading the history books. Read about Eleanor of Aquitaine and then we can have a discussion about what it means to be English.


    3. Oops… English… so no problem with Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland leaving the Union?

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    4. I like that … garbish … that, as of before today (and to my understanding), it has as a word never previously appeared … and garbish conveys a certain lightness even a touch of frivolity edged with a gentle fragrance, an inoffensive effluvia, a word ideally suited to a description of a statement or opinion a noun for all reasons.
      Students of the English language please comment and discuss …

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    5. You are both, whether you like it or not.Did you mean garbage by the way?


    6. I wish more people would consider themselves British. Since 1707 England, Scotland and Wales have officially not been countries. Subsequently Wales and Scotland have their own Parliaments and national anthems, however because of this constant confusion between the terms English and British England has neither. Also, I think leaving Europe was a poor idea and can believe wholeheartedly the sentiment of this article.

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    7. Graham, what you need to think about is the fact that people who work, whether office of manual workers, are the ones that are paying tax; these rich people haven’t paid tax for decades. As always, the rich have pissed on our shoes and told us that it’s raining. The irony is that we have believed the Richard heads for so long. Wake up and understand that we, the general public, are the ones who are going to lose out.

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    8. Might want to brush up on the spelling and grammar of your native tongue then, surely ?
      Because were I so “proud” , I’d not defile it by using it so woefully .


    9. Graham Walker, I wonder at your pride in being English when you can’t even spell the language of the nationality you’re so proud of. It makes one think you aren’t intelligent or educated enough to understand why being part of Europe is more advantageous to the English. Garbage is the correct spelling. Garbish isn’t an English word.


    10. Not sure exactly what “garbish” is, but if your DNA were tested I suspect that like most British people you will have traces of Dutch, German, Danish, French ancestry. Whether you like it or not you are European.


    11. You’re British. Check your passport. Technically you’ve never been English, but you are European until we leave. Suck it up. X


  2. If you are English Graham, the word is “rubbish”. Garbage is an Americanism and “garbish” in an invention of
    your own. Follow all the links and you will find that all of the information quoted is true. The Internet has wonderful fact checking systems – try one.

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    1. The term ‘garbage’ is from the Anglo/Norman period in English history when the Normans conquered and occupied the country for 300+ years. It is first found in written English in the 15c. It is not an ‘Americanism’ by any stretch – more just regional English.


  3. Some good comments, and one from a supporter of right-wing tax evaders! After the election, the Tories will have lost seats, hopefully their majority, their leader, and control of Parliament.

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  4. I am Belgian. Amazing to see you all fighting. Why? Why? Is this the way the UK is showing itself to the world? You can’t be proud of your country at this moment. No British can.


    1. Sven our country is very divided.It is very difficult for us Remainers to be proud of our country when we are being dragged to somewhere we do wish to go, especially when those would do that are entirely self serving or ignorant and deluded

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      1. I’m sure you mean ‘…dragged to somewhere we do not wish to go’ but yes, absolutely.


  5. We shouldn’t overlook that Cameron also got an advisory referendum approved by Parliament then reframed it as binding. Or that the franchise excluded certain vital demographics that would have given the advantage to Remain. Or that in spite of being ostensibly for Remain, Cameron was effectively AWOL from the campaign. Or that he failed to condemn and refute the demonstrable lies of Johnson, Gove et al in the Leave camp. Or that his apparent hubris encouraged a degree of complacency for Remain that very likely depressed the turnout, against a highly motivated and mendacious yet unchallenged Leave campaign. Or that he resigned after promising not to. Or that we haven’t heard a peep out of him since. All of which, taken with the points raised above, makes it hard to escape the conclusion that Cameron got the result he wanted.


  6. There is surely an error here – Lord Rothermere doesn’t’ own the Telegraph – but owns the Daily Mail ?
    The owner of the Telegraph newspaper, Lord Rothermere avoided paying his taxes by inheriting the Daily Mail through an offshore trust set up in the Channel Island tax haven and being registered as “non-dom”.


  7. Leaving The EU. Big Mistake, and done-up like a Kipper by Tax-Dodgeing Multi-Millionaires,


  8. 11 DUP ministers, are now running the UK, and are Terrorists supporters.


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