That would be moving your money from the "frying pan to the fire". Both countries (governments) think that your money is their money. I don't know about England, but once you get it into the U.S., good luck getting it out, if it is substantial, without setting up a combination of domestic and offshore entities and paying for a lot of legal advice.
I don't know about taxes bringing it in -- probably not, but why would you want to do it?
The U.S. is NOT the land of freedom and milk and honey as advertised/propagandized. It is an empire in decline, thrashing around to maintain power and grab resources -- worldwide and from its own subjects.
For example, look through posts on this blog:
Not legal advice, blah-blah-blah.