As the UK speeds towards the European Union exit door, Caroline Flint argues it’s time for ‘Britonomics’
Dire economic warnings won’t persuade the public to abandon Brexit. The vote on June 23 last year was a political choice, not an economic one. Against prevailing opinion, the public voted out. The driving motivation was control over immigration and borders – even if there was an economic cost.
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