Read this expert opinion from Jacob Funk Kirkegaard, senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics
Source: The Implications of Leave | The Cipher Brief
Most significantly, he argues that immigration would not change post Brexit. So why are some people thinking about voting Brexit?
This is a very powerful, forceful and confident argument. Unquestionably, the UK would be worse off economically and in terms of defense.
Perhaps, the strongest point is that the UK would not survive ten years after Brexit.
Brexit supporters in the UK need to think again and vote in favor of the UK remaining in the EU.