Saturday February 29, 2020

Ian Guider in London: Crisis At The Gate

Britain’s decision to leave the EU poses a potential economic disaster on our own doorstep

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

26th June, 2016

Was it the moment that the European Union’s fate was sealed? Shortly after 7am on Friday, Nigel Farage stood in front of the huge bank of microphones and television cameras. The leader of the United Kingdom Independence Party performed a remarkable flip-flop in the space of just a few hours. First, he admitted that the Leave campaign in Britain’s referendum on European Union membership had lost. Then it had suddenly turned into a victory....

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