Brexit could cause economic carnage in the North
The rhetoric across the Irish Sea on Britain’s referendum of its membership of the European Union has certainly stepped up as the clock ticks down to the vote in June. Last week, Britain’s treasury released an analysis of the economic impact of Brexit, with the chancellor of the exchequer George Osborne claiming that the economic destruction would eventually cost £4,300 per family.
That prompted a strange response by Aaron Banks, a...
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