While only 6 percent of UK firms export to the EU, 100 percent of them must obey EU regulations.
The Bank of England has calculated that for every 10 percent increase in immigration, wages for the poorest fall by around 2 percent. The Chairman of Britain Stronger In Europe, Lord Rose, has admitted that wages will rise if we leave the EU.
Outside the EU, the UK’s democratically elected government will be free to pursue policies which will create more jobs and increase wages, without restrictions from overseas institutions.
For the change we need, vote to Leave on 23 June.