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Tory's Javid has more in common with the Labour Party than he thinks - they agree on damaging Brexit

November 7, 2019 4:14 PM

Ed Davey and Ali Avaei"The most significant economic policy divide in this election is between Brexit economics and Remain economics. The uncomfortable truth for Javid is that the Conservatives and Corbyn actually agree on Brexit, " says Liberal Democrat shadow Chancellor and Deputy Leader, Ed Davey.

"Brexit, whether red or blue, will be disastrous for Britain, threatening businesses and livelihoods right across the country.

"And the Conservatives and Labour also both want significant shifts in the direction of Britain's economic policy - one to the hard right and one to the far left.

"In contrast, the Liberal Democrats are committed to stopping Brexit, to boost growth and generate a Remain Bonus of £50 billion for our public services. This election is a once in a generation opportunity for voters to stop Brexit and build a brighter future."