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Brexit campaign failing to address how EU relations will be recast - Irish Times;

Brexit campaign failing to address how EU relations will be recast - Irish Times

Irish TimesBrexit campaign failing to address how EU relations will be recastIrish TimesBritain's EU referendum is still four months away and the campaigning has scarcely begun, but the strengths and vulnerabilities of the two sides are already apparent. The Remain side is united, organised and immensely well-resourced and it has, in ...and more »

Why Boris Johnson is correct about Europe - The Independent;

Why Boris Johnson is correct about Europe - The Independent

The IndependentWhy Boris Johnson is correct about EuropeThe IndependentBoris Johnson, London's flamboyant Mayor, has invited the rage of his Prime Minister David Cameron. Johnson will urge the British public to vote for leaving the European Union in the 23 June referendum. Johnson has become the most prominent and ...and more »

'We Would Cry' If UK Leaves European Union: German Finance Minister - NDTV;

'We Would Cry' If UK Leaves European Union: German Finance Minister - NDTV

NDTV'We Would Cry' If UK Leaves European Union: German Finance MinisterNDTVEarlier, Schaeuble said the EU would be less competitive and more unstable without Britain. (AFP Photo). London: German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble urged Britain today to stay in the European Union, warning that Europe could become less ...and more »

Unity in disunity - The Economist;

Unity in disunity - The Economist

The EconomistUnity in disunityThe EconomistEYES hooded, features blade-sharp and shoulders square, Margaret Thatcher looked every bit her caricature as she addressed the House of Commons on October 30th 1990. Just returned from a European summit in Rome, she sounded it, too. The prime ...and more »

In, out, find a fib to shout - The Economist;

In, out, find a fib to shout - The Economist

The EconomistIn, out, find a fib to shoutThe Economist“WHAT I want is facts…facts alone are wanted in life.” Thomas Gradgrind's grim message in Charles Dickens's “Hard Times” is echoed in the debate ahead of the referendum on June 23rd about whether Britain should leave the European Union. Voters ...and more »

The English Lose Their Cool - New York Times;

The English Lose Their Cool - New York Times

New York TimesThe English Lose Their CoolNew York TimesMilan — THE British have a reputation for being calm under pressure. It's a stereotype, sure, but it's something I noticed time and again in the decades I spent working in and reporting on the country, from my interactions on the street to the goings ...and more »

Britain Needs Europe - International New York Times;

Britain Needs Europe - International New York Times

International New York TimesBritain Needs EuropeInternational New York TimesLONDON — In the Year of the Hair, Boris Johnson of the blonde mop trails Donald Trump, but not by much. The London mayor's decision, which he has described as “agonizingly difficult,” to come out in favor of a British exit from the European Union in a ...and more »

What does Brexit mean for the UK tech industry? - ITProPortal;

What does Brexit mean for the UK tech industry? - ITProPortal

ITProPortalWhat does Brexit mean for the UK tech industry?ITProPortalWith prime minister David Cameron having confirmed a June referendum that could lead to the UK's exit from the European Union, sovereignty and border control have become the battleground discussion topics. But, whilst many will debate these emotive ...and more »

Brexit would hurt UK economy, may lead to sterling crisis - Reuters poll - Reuters UK;

Brexit would hurt UK economy, may lead to sterling crisis - Reuters poll - Reuters UK

Reuters UKBrexit would hurt UK economy, may lead to sterling crisis - Reuters pollReuters UKBadges with logos encouraging people to leave the EU are seen for sale on a stall at the UKIP party's spring conference, in Llandudno, Britain February 27, 2016. REUTERS/Phil Noble. By Jonathan Cable | LONDON. LONDON Britain's economy would be ...and more »

Don't listen to the EU's panicking pet academics - Telegraph.co.uk;

Don't listen to the EU's panicking pet academics - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukDon't listen to the EU's panicking pet academicsTelegraph.co.ukIn the last year or so, the letters pages of Britain's quality newspapers have been full of pleas from distinguished vice-chancellors and professors, all mobilised in serried ranks, to plead the case for Britain remaining in the European Union. Their ...and more »

Brexit would harm the EU's global credibility – and could rip apart the Conservatives too - EUROPP - European Politics and Policy (blog);

Brexit would harm the EU's global credibility – and could rip apart the Conservatives too - EUROPP - European Politics and Policy (blog)

EUROPP - European Politics and Policy (blog)Brexit would harm the EU's global credibility – and could rip apart the Conservatives tooEUROPP - European Politics and Policy (blog)IMG_0176 A British exit would have a devastating impact on the European Union and relegate it to a second-rank world power in the eyes of the global community. John Ryan argues that the Union would see its diplomatic power greatly diminished, and that ...and more »

Will a Brexit from the EU be bad for advertising businesses? - The Drum;

Will a Brexit from the EU be bad for advertising businesses? - The Drum

The DrumWill a Brexit from the EU be bad for advertising businesses?The DrumTalent, new business opportunities and regulation are front of mind for advertising executives worried about how a British exit from the EU could impact their businesses. But where are those brands and agencies who want to leave, and why are they being ...and more »

For Europe, against the EU - Spiked

For Europe, against the EUSpikedOn 1 March, Brendan O'Neill spoke to the Brexit Society at Cambridge University. Here's what he said. The Brexit camp has asked the BBC to do it one, pretty small favour in the run-up to the EU referendum: to differentiate between 'Europe' and 'the EU'.and more »

The EU holds the trump card – if the UK wants a friendly Brexit deal, free movement of people will have to continue - The Conversation UK;

The EU holds the trump card – if the UK wants a friendly Brexit deal, free movement of people will have to continue - The Conversation UK

The Conversation UKThe EU holds the trump card – if the UK wants a friendly Brexit deal, free movement of people will have to continueThe Conversation UKGiacomo Benedetto is Senior Lecturer in Politics at Royal Holloway, University of London. He consults for the European Commission and the European Parliament on the EU Budget. Partners. Royal Holloway provides funding as a member of The ...and more »

Will David Cameron pull his pro-EU punches to help the Tories reunite? - Spectator.co.uk;

Will David Cameron pull his pro-EU punches to help the Tories reunite? - Spectator.co.uk

Spectator.co.ukWill David Cameron pull his pro-EU punches to help the Tories reunite?Spectator.co.ukIf Downing Street's calculations are correct, next week will see politics begin to return to normal. We'll all move on from talking about Boris Johnson and Brexit and instead start fretting about the budget and pensions: the first phase of this four ...and more »

A conservative case for voting 'in' - Spectator.co.uk;

A conservative case for voting 'in' - Spectator.co.uk

Spectator.co.ukA conservative case for voting 'in'Spectator.co.ukI open a dusty binder and look at my yellowing Spectator articles from Poland, Germany and Russia in the dramatic 1980s. And here's one from Brussels in 1986, suggesting that Britain was edging towards finding its role in the European Community. Ho ho.and more »

EU referendum: 200 small firm bosses and entrepreneurs tell Britons to vote for Brexit - Telegraph.co.uk;

EU referendum: 200 small firm bosses and entrepreneurs tell Britons to vote for Brexit - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukEU referendum: 200 small firm bosses and entrepreneurs tell Britons to vote for BrexitTelegraph.co.ukMore than 200 bosses of small firms have signed an open letter urging Britain to leave the European Union. The small company owners said they want the Britons to vote for "Brexit" to give them the "flexibility and adaptability are key to our long term ...and more »

Philip Hammond: Expat Britons could be forced to come home from Costa del Sol if Britain leaves EU - Telegraph.co.uk;

Philip Hammond: Expat Britons could be forced to come home from Costa del Sol if Britain leaves EU - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukPhilip Hammond: Expat Britons could be forced to come home from Costa del Sol if Britain leaves EUTelegraph.co.ukHundreds of thousands of expatriate Britons on the Costa del Sol in Spain could have to return to Britain in the UK leaves Europe, Philip Hammond has indicated. The immigration status of Britons living in Spain and other European Union countries could ...and more »

Brexit will be better for Britain - The Mancunion;

Brexit will be better for Britain - The Mancunion

The MancunionBrexit will be better for BritainThe MancunionJune 23rd is the date in which we will finally be rid of the clumsy combination of “Britain” and “exit” that serves as the name for the collective campaigns for us to leave the EU. This alone, due to fear of once again having to deal with this word ...and more »

Brexit would damage UK economy, warns BlackRock - The Guardian;

Brexit would damage UK economy, warns BlackRock - The Guardian

The GuardianBrexit would damage UK economy, warns BlackRockThe GuardianThe world's largest fund manager, BlackRock, has warned that a Brexit vote would damage Britain's economy by leading to lower growth and investment, and possibly higher unemployment and inflation. In a gloomy analysis, the US asset manager said a ...and more »