More than 600 British economists opposed the country’s exit from the EU
A referendum on the fate of the further stay of the UK in the EU will be held on 23 June.
More than 600 leading British economists opposed the country’s exit from the European Union, because the consequences of this step will negatively affect the growth of the economy. This was reported by The Observer, published a study of the sociological service Ipsos.
Thus, 82% of the 639 respondents experts believe that the termination of the country’s membership in the EU “have a negative impact on the income of British families.” Another 57% believe that the rupture of relations with Brussels “will undermine economic growth and reduce GDP by 3% over the next 5 years,” the newspaper notes. The vast majority of experts – 72% – predict the impact of the negative consequences of “brekzita» (Brexit – short for British exit the phrase, “the British way out” – a comment Tass.) On economic growth in the long-term October 20 years of age.
A referendum on the fate of the further stay of the UK in the EU will be held on 23 June. He will be the third national plebiscite in the country’s history. So, in 1975, the British supported the country’s membership in the European Economic Community, and in 2011 held a nationwide vote on the issue of changing the electoral system in the UK.
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