D.He’s vacuum cleaner billionaire James Tyson, Britain’s richest man, always good for political controversy. When a declared Brexit supporter moved the leader of his group and his residence to Singapore two years ago, Brexit’s opponents immediately withdrew. Here is evidence that wealthy Brexit supporters have fled the UK. A few days ago, 73-year-old Tyson returned to the British Isles as a tax collector.
Meanwhile, another issue is sparking political debate. Personal text messages between Tyson and the Prime Minister Boris Johnson Critics have leaked allegations that Johnson provided political assistance to a Tory donor. The government vehemently denies that there was anything wrong with the exchange. In particular, it was about the fact that Tyson delivered in March 2020 – the catastrophic first corona wave to build thousands of ventilators for its victims with the Korean disease, along with its engineers. However, he demanded that this should not cause additional tax burden. Johnson responded to “James” via WhatsApp in a familiar tone, with “Rishi” (Treasury Secretary Sunak) taking care of it.
“Felt, felt, felt”
The opposition is quick to link the Tyson-Johnson exchange to corruption in the Greens involving former Tory prime minister. David Cameron He wanted to provide assistance and concessions to Lex Greens, now a bankrupt financier, through intense campaigning at the Treasury and the Bank of England. In addition, contracts were awarded to entrepreneurs who were close to the Johnson government during the Corona crisis. Labor leader Khair Stormer blamed.
However he acknowledged that their numbers were not enough to defeat Tyson’s government. He “will not apologize in any way for moving heaven and earth.” In the emergency situation of the rising corona epidemic a year ago, the government wanted to buy ventilators soon. Tyson’s company said the project would cost $ 20 million; He did not receive any funds from the taxpayers. Independent observers may find minor insults in this case. “Tyson has acted wisely so that he and his team do not lag behind if something is done in an emergency,” said Bronven Maddox, director of the Government of Think Tanks. However, he finds himself having Johnson’s personal smartphone, which old acquaintances can use to reach him, which is complicated.
A true self-made millionaire
It is unclear how much the case will hurt the government, especially in Greece. The Tory party is clear in the elections Labor. Also, there is an explosive argument over whether the text messages of former adviser Dominic Cummings, who left for revenge, have been leaked.
James Tyson, meanwhile, denied that the Tories were even a major donor. “Sir James’ lifetime political contributions total £ 800,” a spokesman said. The wealthy engineer, who was valued at over 16 16 billion by the “Sunday Times” on its list of riches last year, is considered a national entrepreneur symbol of the island. The son of a simple school principal, who became a half-orphan when he was nine, is a true self-made millionaire. His brilliant vacuum refining invention, first presented after tinkering with more than 5000 prototypes over 40 years ago, brought him progress and excellent financial success.
But not everything works for him. Last year, Tyson had to admit he tore up an electric car project in the UK. Failure would cost him half a billion, which is how much investment he had to write. Vacuum refinery production has long migrated to the Far East, but the UK where the development sector is located. Tyson is now back home, where he owns a large old estate in Gloucestershire. Tyson recently distinguished himself as an agricultural entrepreneur who is one of the largest landowners on the island.
“Friend of animals everywhere. Web guru. Organizer. Food geek. Amateur tv fanatic. Coffee trailblazer. Alcohol junkie.”