Why do Brexiteers just refuse to accept hard evidence?

They are living in a fantasy world

By George Magnus  

Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne (R) and former Chancellor Alistair Darling visit the Hitachi Rail Europe plant after attend a pro-Remain event in Ashford, Britain, June 15, 2016. ©DYLAN MARTINEZ/WPA Rota/Press Association Images

Can anything new be said about the EU referendum debate, especially about the economics? However we carry on, as we must, to try and persuade…

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