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Brexit would undo decades’ worth of progress

The EU isn't perfect; but the downsides of membership have been greatly exaggerated

By Nicola Horlick  

Mayor of London Boris Johnson leaves his home in Islington, London, the day after he said he is to campaign for Britain to leave the European Union in the forthcoming in/out referendum ©Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire/Press Association Images

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