Brexit opportunities

Post the Brexit vote I would love to see people stop complaining and I would like to see an end to the negative press being spread around.
I feel there is a great opportunity to work together free from the constraints of EU membership to make us once again a dynamic economy.
Becoming a dynamic economy contrary to popular belief benefits us all and not just big businesses.
If we buy into the negativity we keep seeing in the press, my fear is it will become a self fulfilling prophecy.
For my part I feel the reduction in Corporation tax announced by the Chancellor is a good move & I would like to see further reductions to bring it down well below the targetted rate of 17%, I feel this could be an attraction to overseas businesses to move here, I would like to see it reduced to circa 10% rather than the proposed 17%.
I would also like to see a reduction in personal income tax rates & the removal of the 45% band, I have never understood the sense in overtaxing our top earners.
Having said that I would like to see a reduction in the salaries being paid to so called fat cats some of which are unjustifiable & obscene and would close the gap between the mega earners and their workforce.
I would also like to see an overall simplification of the tax rules in the UK which are far too complex and would end the need for complex tax avoidance schemes.
My wish is that having been given this opportunity lets restructure properly & get it right to move us into the future stronger than before the vote.

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