Foreign secretary revives Vote Leave’s controversial campaign message, insisting cash should go to NHS

Boris Johnson has insisted that Britain will still claw back £350m a week after leaving the EU, with much of that money preferably being spent on the NHS, as he warned critics of Brexit against treating 17.4 million voters as fools.

The foreign secretary repeated the controversial claim of the Vote Leave campaign in a 4,000-word article for the Daily Telegraph, in which he claimed that exiting the EU could be a catalyst for reforming the country’s tax system.

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