The result of the referendum, expressing the wish of the British people, is not something that should be bartered with for short term political gain
George Sorus is the billionaire who earned the title of the man ‘who broke the Bank of England’. This was when in 1992 his bets against the pound forced the UK to withdraw from the European Exchange Mechanism. Since then he has donated more than $32 billion to the Open Society Foundation (OSF), which he founded in 1979.
Nigel Farage is now considering a ‘SECOND REFERENDUM’ following his recent meeting, this week, with Michael Barnier the EU’s chief negotiator for Brexit. Arron Banks, the Brexit Leave Campaign Chief, has also come out in support of a second referendum.