The Guardian view on the economics of Brexit: a fact-based fear | Editorial | Opinion | The Guardian

In this outstanding editorial, the Guardian argues that the Treasury’s assessment of the economic consequences of leaving Europe cannot be dismissed as scaremongering. On the contrary, it is a responsible warning.

Source: The Guardian view on the economics of Brexit: a fact-based fear | Editorial | Opinion | The Guardian

Personally, I endorse the Guardian’s editorial 100%.

The Out campaign have neither costed nor risk assessed their proposals. They are folly, fanned by political innuendo and drumming up fear of increased immigration. The Economist argued that immigration will continue irrespective of the Brexit vote – immigration is about skills and competitive position.

Surely, it’s time to target the Out Campaign as totally built on fear and lacking in substance, including proper costing and risk assessment?

Thoughts?

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