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In praise of “Project Fear”

Brexit poses real dangers to the UK's economic stability

By Anatole Kaletsky   April 2016

British Prime Minister David Cameron and Germany Chancellor Angela Merkel pictured on the first day of an EU summit meeting, Thursday 17 March 2016, at the European Union headquarters in Brussels. ©THIERRY ROGE/Belga/PA Images

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Boris Johnson describes it as “Project Fear,” but there is another name for the strongest argument for Britain to stay in the European Union. A parent telling a child…

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