I knew all I needed, that we would be free to make our own laws and not have some foreigner overriding what
our courts say.
I knew that we would be free to make all the trading contracts we wanted and not be told who we could trade
with by Germany.
and the man that accidently got the money now reveals Barclays refused his plea to send the money back after he used a wrong sort code!!
A car mechanic who found £193,000 in his bank account after a pensioner used the wrong sort code has insisted he tried to give the money back.
Peter Teich, 74, from Cambridge, was forced to wage a court battle for the return of his inheritance following the death of his father.
He mistakenly gave his solicitor the wrong sort code in April and the funds were transferred to the account of another Barclays bank customer in the Cambridge area, who he was told had refused to return it.
But Tim Gray, 42, who received the money, said he had no idea who the money belonged to and told the bank to take it back.