Brexit’s benefits are an illusion. The cost is not
The European project’s mission is to prevent wars and create collaboration
At present, we are days away from Britain’s decision to stay within the EU or to leave it. The polls are forecasting a very close result, with Leave and Remain camps very close to one another in terms of overall support. As I write this, surveys from three major surveyors, ORB, ICM and YouGov, show the Leave campaign opening up a margin over Remain.
The Brexit debate is already affecting Ireland’s borrowing costs....
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