He says that he has an interest in farming although one can’t help but notice that he got a lot of subsidy along with the land.
I noticed a quote from him the other day though - he has gone on record as saying he does not think that we will reach a deal - but, apparently that’s OK by him. Quoting The Spectator:
But Dyson doesn’t think that matters. Falling back on World Trade Organisation rules would be ‘no big deal’, he says, because for him it would just lead to a 3 per cent tariff. ‘Frankly,’ he says, ‘lowering corporation tax a few percentage points would pay for that."
So, what he appears to be saying is that the rest of us can pay for any downside he experiences as a result of Brexit. Nice one.
This typifies one thing that I really did not like about the Leave campaign - there were a lot of people who would not personally be disadvantaged by Brexit because they had the buffer of significant wealth telling everyone else who’s day to day lives very well will be affected that we will all be “better off out”.
I remain to be convinced I’m afraid.