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It’s been practically eight years since Britain left the EU (Image: Getty)

The 2016 EU Referendum could really feel like a lifetime in the past – certainly we have had 4 Prime Ministers and two General Elections since then – however that hasn’t stopped remoaners from attempting to do Britain down.

With world inflation spiralling after the primary pandemic in a couple of hundred years, adopted by the primary struggle on the European mainland since 1945 driving vitality costs by way of the roof, you’d suppose that even promoters of Project Fear would not be so brazen as in charge Brexit on issues which have affected all the planet. Of course, that’s precisely would they’ve performed.

However, regardless of the doomsters and naysayers, one Brexit guru has evidenced their prime 50 advantages of leaving the EU.

And Express.co.uk has gone by way of the highest ten.

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The UK now not forks out for the EU finances

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Boris Johnson main Vote Leave rally in London (Image: Getty)

X account TerraOrBust explains, that as members of the Brussels bloc, Britain needed to cough up. To make issues worse, the UK, being one of many bigger members was a internet contributor which means it paid in additional than it bought again.

The UK’s contribution was 12.5 % of the EU finances, which in 2024 would have value the British taxpayer £20bn gross of the EU’s whole £160bn kitty and £11bn-£13bn internet.

HMRC will get more cash than the UK is out of the Customs Union

Inside the European Union Custom’s Union, 75 % of customs income generated goes again into the bloc. Now the UK is out of the EU, HMRC will get 100% of that income.

That works out at round £2bn-£3bn yearly.

No EU recycling charges

In 2021, the EU launched charges for members states that produced unrecycled plastic waste.

The cost was 68p for each kilogram of plastic not recycled by a member state.

According to TerraOrBust: “In 2021, the UK is estimated to have produced 2.5 million tonnes of plastic packaging, with 1.4 million tonnes believed to have not been recycled. This would have resulted in the UK having to pay an additional €1.12 Billion [£950m] into the EU coffers in 2021.”

UK can now commerce in Swiss equities and now not pays for a lot of of its commerce offers

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The UK has struck commerce offers with international locations outdoors the EU since leaving Brussels (Image: Getty)

EU member states are banned from buying and selling in Swiss equities as of 2019. However, outdoors of Brussels, the UK can commerce on this profitable market.

That means more cash going into to the coffers of HMRC.

Another good thing about Brexit is that the UK now not has to pay for the privilege of getting commerce offers with main companions. As a member of the EU, Britain needed to pay Brussels and in flip bought entry to the bloc’s buying and selling agreements.

However, with all however 3 of the 43 commerce offers Britain had underneath the EU replicated – the three not to this point replicated are Bosnia, Montenegro, Algeria – the UK will get all the advantages of the agreements with out paying the charges.

New commerce offers

As nicely as not having to pay the EU for its commerce offers, the UK has been busy placing up information ones with the likes of Australia and New Zealand.

What’s extra Britain is near reaching an settlement with India and the 6 Gulf states, which would not have been doable as members of the EU.

Add to that that Britain is on the cusp of bettering preparations with Mexico, Switzerland, Israel, Turkey and South Korea, and it is honest to say that the Project Fear predictions of financial woe have not come to move.

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Britain is poised to affix the Trans-Pacific Partnership (Image: Getty)

The UK is going through in direction of the elements of the world as a result of develop the quickest

Everybody is aware of that the Indo-Pacific is the realm of the world as a result of develop the quickest within the coming a long time. Outside of the EU, Britain can forge financial relationships with these states, somewhat than being tassled to the stagnant European economic system.

In reality, the UK’s accession to 11-state robust Trans-Pacific Partnership was given the inexperienced mild final 12 months and is about to be ratified in October this 12 months.

Reduced commerce obstacles

The UK has seen commerce obstacles come down on account of Brexit. In March 2022, the then-called Department for International Trade resolved 192 commerce obstacles in 79 international locations.

According to TerraOrBust: “Just 45 of these alone were estimated to be worth around £5 billion to businesses across the UK over a five-year period. That’s an additional £1bn per year of extra revenue for UK businesses, just from these 45 trade barrier removals, thanks to leaving the EU.”

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Low-wage staff within the UK now not must compete with the identical quantity of low cost European labour (Image: Getty)

Fewer tariffs on items coming into the UK

As of summer season 2023, the UK was capable of completely take away tariffs from 47 % of imports in comparison with simply 27 % within the EU.

That means nearly twice as many merchandise coming into Britain have been cheaper than they’d have been if Britain was nonetheless a part of the Brussels membership.

Better paid low-wage staff

After Britain left the European Union, Freedom of Movement for EU residents wanting to come back to the UK ended.

That means employers needed to work more durable to search out appropriate staff, particularly within the low wage economic system.

Inside the bloc, UK employers would have needed to have continued to compete with European labour undercutting them.

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