The benefits of Brexit are slim, some would say they are zero, but now Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has told the world some of the benefits of leaving the EU.
The PM made the comments as has arrived in Japan.
He was there to announce a new defence partnership with the country and support £18bn of private business deals, ahead of the G7 summit aimed at addressing the threats of Russia and China.
Liz Truss is also in Taiwan winding up the Chinese!
Also, Rishi Sunak has also risked inflaming the never ending Tory row about immigration.
In 2019 the Conservative party manifesto said: “There will be fewer lower-skilled migrants and overall numbers will come down.”
At the time annual net immigration was running at 226,000, which meant the Conservative Party might have been able to see numbers below this figure.
However, net immigration in 2022 is likely to running at a record high of around 700,000, figures next week are likely to show.
benefits of Brexit
Right now to what you have all been waiting for the benefis of Brexit.
Rishi Sunak has said Brexit is working because people can get cheaper beer and sanitary products “We cut VAT on sanitary products. This summer you will be able to get cheaper beer in pubs. “These are all very tangible benefits of Brexit that I’ve already delivered.”