Everyone who voted Leave to get £1,000 worth of chips
EVERY single one of the UK’s 17.4 million Leave voters is to get a tax-free lump sum of £1,000 to spend on chips.
The Brexit chip dividend, which will be handed out on March 29th, has been designed to help the ‘left-behind’ and is nothing to do with politics, according to communities secretary James Brokenshire.
He continued: “A ‘Brexit bribe’? Frankly I find that offensive. No, we’re just trying to help the economically disadvantaged make a real difference in their lives and alleviate poverty. This is what Labour would be doing if they had the guts.
“They get a grand for chips at the end of this month, another grand when Brexit takes place, and a per diem allowance, all for lovely chips.”
Roy Hobbs, from Stoke-on-Trent, said: “Does British Gas accept payment in chips?”
The cash will be raised by a windfall tax on everyone who voted Remain.