The chancellor was more than intimating that Britain would be worse off if we left the E.U.
During his last budget he claimed that the economy was doing so well that he was not going to go ahead with the ten billion of benefits cuts that were said to happen.
I thought it was because his back bench M.P.'s were rattled by the amount of aggro they were getting off their constituents. Plus telling them if they voted to bomb Syria he would hold off on the cuts till another time.
Now just months later he claims to see dark clouds on the economic horizon. Funny how quickly they appeared when the polls show a majority for leaving.
Those clouds have been there for some time and it is only now that he claims to have seen them. Why?http://www.thedailybell.com/news-analysis/bank-of-england-possibly-trying-to-crash-th e-uk-economy-to-discourage-brexit/
I have asked my M.P. this question."If leaving the E.U. is going to be so bad for Britain,why did Cameron threaten to leave in the first place? The watered down demands he claims to have received are no comparison th those Margret Thatcher demanded and got."