Leaving the EU would bring economic political chaos & mass unemployment, the former Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith has a track record of failure behind him. He simply can not be trusted - he's one leading figures in the Vote Leave Campaign who is also looking to replace David Cameron.
Iain Duncan Smith & Vote Leave is asking Britain to vote LEAVE on Thursday. Lets analyse the former secretary of Department for Work and Pensions whose Job it was to reduce unemployment in Britain & get people back to work.
His polices & those of Vote LEAVE will end up creating mass unemployment.
FACT: the EU brings us jobs, growth and investment, protects British workers and consumers and helps keep us safe. Leaving would put that at risk and diminish Britain’s influence in the world.
Over three million British jobs are linked to our trade with the EU
And almost half of all British exports go in goods and services to countries in the European Union. Britain is a proud trading nation with almost half of our exports going to EU countries – worth over £220 billion a year to the UK economy. Over three million British jobs are linked to UK exports to the EU. UK jobs and businesses large and small are dependent on trade with Europe. The EU is the largest single market in the world and over 200,000 British companies export to the EU without having to pay any tariff. Future EU trade could create 790,000 more jobs by 2030 by opening up markets in digital services, energy and tourism.
If your lucky to be in work .... working people have a big stake in the referendum because workers’ rights are on the line. Leaving the EU puts at risk many vital workplace rights currently underpinned by EU law – such as paid holidays, maternity rights, safety at work and better conditions for part-time workers. We don’t trust our current government or brexit leaders not to cut or reduce or cut these rights if they get the chance.
With so much of our trade going to the EU, leaving would risk millions of jobs in export-reliant industries. If these skilled and better paid jobs go they’ll be replaced with worse jobs, if they’re replaced at all.
Most economists agree our economy would take a big hit followed by years of uncertainty, cutting the tax take and putting already overstretched funding for our NHS and public services at even greater risk.We want to see a Europe that helps British people benefit from a growing and fairer society, with new rights for the 21st century.