The Telegraph reports Lynne Owens, the director-general of the National Crime Agency, which deals with both global and domestic crime threats, said a Brexit vote could jeopardise intelligence-sharing and cooperation with other countries.
This is just the latest evidence from an expert opinion on the high risk of the Brexit strategy. Yesterday, it was Christine Lagarde of the IMF.
As the pressure mounts from expert opinion, financial markets are turning against the UK.
My position is clear. The Brexit is clear folly without a detailed strategy and risk assessment. Yes, the EU has some major problems but the way to improve it is as part of it.
In my mind, the 2008 financial crisis will be a blip compared to the economic meltdown from a Brexit.
It’s time to wake-up and protect Britain for future generations.