Jacob Rees-Mogg has just revealed another big lie about Brexit
The Brexit Opportunities Minister has given the game away about the government's real plans for post-Brexit Britain.
Boris Johnson and his allies have repeatedly denied that leaving the EU would ever be a precursor to slashing public services.
In the Conservative Party’s 2019 manifesto, Johnson insisted that “getting Brexit done” would allow them to “[invest] in our public services and infrastructure.”
They promised that leaving the EU would free up hundreds of millions of pounds to spend on hospitals, schools and the police, while “unleashing Britain’s potential”.
However, the new Brexit Opportunities Minister Jacob Rees-Mogg has just made some highly revealing comments which suggest that all of these promises may have been lies.
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