Britain exited the EU on Jan. 31, 2020. On that day, then-Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the country could finally fulfil its potential and that he hoped it would grow in confidence with each passing month.
Guy Hands, a leading City figure, has called Brexit a “complete disaster” and a “bunch of total lies” that has harmed large parts of the economy.
He added: “The biggest issue about it, and you can take the Brexit bus as a good example, is the lies that Boris Johnson and the Conservative party told about the NHS. In fact what they did was throw the country and the NHS under the bus.”
How has that gone for you and, well, for Boris Johnson?!
Now, opinion polls show Britons who regret leaving the EU increasingly outnumber those who do not.
How are people looking back at the last three years?
Let’s have a look