Botham backs Brexit ... Osborne says families will be £4,300 worse off
Ian Botham is a great of the game of cricket, former English test cricket player and a captain of the test team
He's come clean on which team he is batting for now, urging a vote for Brexit (Sunday Times in the UK reports)
Meanwhile, UK Chancellor George Osborne says every family in Britain will be £4,300 worse off if Britain leave the EU.
- "... for Britain's economy and for families, leaving the EU would be the most extraordinary self-inflicted wound."
- "Leave the EU and the facts are: Britain would be permanently poorer.
- "Britain's families would be permanently poorer too."
Osborne will publish a 200-page Treasury analysis of the longer-term costs and benefits of EU membership and its alternatives on Monday.
ps ... Added in,
UK April Rightmove house prices:
- +1.3% m/m (prior 1.3% also)
- For the y/y up 7.3%, prior 7.6%