Pub boss is right to spell out benefits of leaving EU
IN his excellent piece (“The business case for Brexit rings out loud and clear”, November 14), Ross Clark quotes JD Wetherspoon boss Tim Martin’s claims that food would be cheaper under World Trade Organization rules.
I questioned if this could be true but soon realised it was, as from my breakfast milk, eggs, toast, porridge, melon and coffee, to my Sunday roast, home-grown fruit and veg and occasional glass of wine, nothing comes from the EU, so all would be the same or cheaper without the EU tariffs.
And the savings didn’t end there, as my white goods and TV are South Korean, my mobile phone and iPad are from the US, my three-piece suite was made in China and my car is Japanese.
The potential saving on EU tariffs for consumers here in the UK are enormous. Roy Daniels, Luton, Beds