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Why Brexit wouldn’t be an economic disaster

Those who want to stay in need to base their arguments on more than economics

By Prospect Team  

However David Cameron's renegotiation goes, Britain's economy may well be OK. © Markus Schreiber/AP/Press Association Images

Read Wolfgang Münchau’s full piece on the economics of Brexit

Those who want Britain to stay in the EU need to look further than the numbers—there is no compelling economic case against Brexit. 

Or so Wolfgang Münchau reckons, writing in the latest issue of Prospect. He concedes that leaving would present risks, but none compelling enough to make the case for…

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