Speaking on Thursday evening’s programme, the audience member told panelists: “The reason that so many people in Wales voted the way they did was because they know, deep down, they’re going to be worse off throughout this whole debacle.
“Where I come from in Wrexham it was a massive ‘Leave’ vote, and the way the town has become over the last few years you can see why.
Juncker's claims that no members will follow Britain out of the EU has been slammed on Question Time
“People can’t get jobs because we have such an influx of cheap labour from Europe, and it’s very demeaning.
“It doesn’t matter how Wales spends the money anyway, because within five years of the UK leaving, there’ll be no EU anyway.”
The audience member's EU putdown was applauded by the Bangor debate attendees
People can’t get jobs because we have such an influx of cheap labour from Europe, and it’s very demeaning
Question Time audience member
The man received huge applause for his scathing EU putdown, and added “it’ll be a domino effect”, amid suggestions that other member states could be set to join Britain in voting to leave the bloc.
Host David Dimbleby then asked the audience member if he thought Wrexham would be better off after Brexit, and the man responded: “We’ll wait and see… but I don’t want to be tied to a dying union”.
Despite the audience member’s belief that Britain won’t be the only nation to leave the EU, Brussels chief Jean-Claude Juncker has insisted that Brexit will not result in others opting out of the bloc.
Last week, when asked if other member states will follow Britain’s example in quitting, Juncker told the newspaper: “No. Britain's example will make everyone realise that it's not worth leaving."
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He added: "On the contrary, the remaining member states will fall in love with each other again and renew their vows with the European Union."
Juncker was in Belgium on Wednesday to mark the anniversary of the country's terror attacks
His shocking claims come despite one of his senior aides telling reporters the option for Britain to return to the EU “will always be open”.
After the EU leader’s summit in Brussels, the aide said: “There are different ways you can join. You can be a full member, you can be a partner, you can be related to us in the customs union, or through a trade agreement.”