The CEO of Ryanair asserted that Brexit supporters will soon pass away and that a pro-European generation will push Britain back into the single market.
According to Michael O’Leary, the British people were misled about the advantages of quitting the EU.
Given that they are on average over 70 years old, he predicted that quite a few Brexit supporters will pass away in the next five to 10 years. Younger generations are far more pro-European, according to research.
A altered demography, according to his prediction, will lead to Britain rejoining the single market within the next 15 years.
In addition to calling Boris Johnson “delusional,” the Irish billionaire argued that leaving the EU would have a “net negative” effect over the following five years.
Everything that had been promised to the UK populace, including the bright uplands and the capacity to conduct business anywhere in the globe, had been revealed to be a web of falsehoods, he claimed.
We erroneously believed Johnson’s administration would be headed by competent people.
The most well-known businessman in Ireland has long opposed Brexit and advocated for the “remain” side in the 2016 referendum.
As a result of the election of Jeremy Hunt and Rishi Sunak, Mr. O’Leary claimed he was “more optimistic.”
However, he attacked Baroness Vere, the aviation minister, calling her “not the brightest sandwich in the picnic basket.”
The CEO of Ryanair lamented the ‘ludicrously exorbitant’ cost of EU worker visas, which had risen to up to £3,000 per.
Budget Air’s CEO had previously claimed that the difficulty in finding EU personnel was the “entirely to blame” for last summer’s airport disruptions around the UK.
“Duty free is back on flights to and from Europe, that’s about the only benefit,” the airline’s CEO continued.