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Brexit could cost UK 950,000 jobs by 2020, CBI says

A vote to leave the EU would cause "a serious shock" to the UK economy, the business lobby group said

21st March, 2016
Brexit could cost the UK 950,000 jobs by 2020, the CBI says

Leaving the European Union might cost the UK £100 billion (€128 billion) in lost economic output and 950,000 jobs by 2020, the Confederation of British Industry said as it stepped up its campaign against a so-called Brexit.

A vote to leave the bloc in the referendum Prime Minister David Cameron has called for June 23 “would cause a serious shock to the UK economy,” Britain’s main business lobby group said, citing a study it commissioned from...

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