Brexit donors: Theresa May's deal is worse than staying in the EU - Sky News

Brexit donors: Theresa May's deal is worse than staying in the EU - Sky News

Three of the largest contributors to the Leave campaign have told Sky News that they are dismayed by Brexit's progress and that it would be better for Britain to stay in the European Union than to sign Theresa May's withdrawal agreement.

The trio, which had provided more than five million pounds of donations to the Leave campaign, each blatantly criticized the political process, insisting that Brexit be "disabled," "squandered," or "disabled."

  • Billionaire financier Peter Hargreaves said there would be "no Brexit" because the politicians are "cowards".
  • Investment manager Jeremy Hosking, a major shareholder in Crystal Palace Football Club, said Ms. May's deal would put Britain in a straitjacket.
  • Stuart Wheeler, founder of the spreadbetting giant IG Index, said Britain had been reduced to "submissive begging".

Mr Hargreaves, behind the largest personal donation for the Leave campaign, told Sky News that he believes Brexit will not happen because politicians are "out of touch" with people's will.

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Peter Hargreaves donated £ 3 million for the Leave campaign
Mr. Hosking donated £ 1.5 million for the Holiday Campaign
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Jeremy Hosking donated 1.5 million pounds for the campaign

Co-founder of the Hargreaves Lansdown financial giant donated more than £ 3 million to the Leave campaign during the referendum.