'Some remainers are trying to create a recession so they can say I told you so', says Leave Means Leave

'Some remainers are trying to create a recession so they can say I told you so', says Leave Means Leave

John Major claimed there is a credible case for a second referendum

Friday, November 25, 2016

People trying to stop Article 50 from being triggered are "talking our economy down" to create a recession, so they can say, "I told you so," according to the co-chair of Leave Means Leave.

John Major has claimed there is a credible case for a second referendum. Meanwhile Tony Blair has claimed that if people decide the costs of leaving the European Union are too high, Brexit could be stopped.

Co-founder of Leave.EU Richard Tice told Julia Hartley-Brewer that people who trying to find a way to remain in the European Union are "deliberately trying to talk our economy down so we have a recession, and then they can say I told you so."

He believes this is a "disgraceful attempt by some of the most unpopular people and politicians in this country." Adding, they're "guilty of negligence" and it's going to bring "untold levels of anger."

Listen to the full interview to find out more