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Beware the OECD and its faulty assumptions on Brexit

It is easy for people working at respectable institutions to get a little comfortable, to assume that the logo on their work will mean it gets a hearing despite serious weaknesses.

EU Propaganda LIES LIES LIES Don't be taken for mugs AGAIN by Cameron and Osborne Treasury report warns 'Brexit' would mean huge income tax rises or massive public service cuts Union Européenne, Tory Party, France Europe, Income Tax, Public Service, Uk News, Britain, Budgeting, Believe

The Treasury's 'dodgy dossier' on Brexit is beneath contempt

There are two possible ways to conduct economic arguments.

The Leave campaign is finally talking in specifics, giving the public a clearer idea of what life post-Brexit might be like. Immigration Reform, What Is Life About, Leaves

Leave now has a rallying issue: immigration reform

The Leave campaign is finally talking in specifics, giving the public a clearer idea of what life post-Brexit might be like.

History has, inevitably, played a significant role in the Brexit debate. History, Self, Historia

Is it really 'obscene' to point out the faults with the EU?

History has, inevitably, played a significant role in the Brexit debate.

If David Cameron is punished by Conservatives after the referendum, he has only himself to blame David Cameron, Blame

If David Cameron is punished by Conservatives after the referendum, he has only himself to blame

Many people might have thought that with threats of war in Europe and references to Adolf Hitler, the European Union referendum debate had reached unsurpassable heights of hyperbole.

George Osborne's unwise vitriol over Brexit will hurt the Conservatives, and Britain Open Fires, Britain, It Hurts

George Osborne's unwise vitriol over Brexit will hurt the Conservatives, and Britain

George Osborne has published an official Treasury analysis of the consequences of leaving the European Union.

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EU Facts: George Osborne's 'Brexit costs you £4,300' dossier decoded

On what basis does the Treasury say Brexit would make us worse off?

Jeremy Corbyn tells Labour voters: I don't think too many EU migrants have come to Britain Eu Referendum, Jeremy Corbyn, Britain, Sayings, Mens Tops, Lyrics, Quotations, Idioms, Quote

Jeremy Corbyn tells Labour voters: I don't think too many EU migrants have come to Britain

Jeremy Corbyn said he doesn't think too many EU migrants have come to Britain, as he made his first speech calling for Britain to vote to remain.

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Never mind Brexit risks – to stay in EU is a bigger danger

'No big institutions back Brexit,” a fellow journalist barked in my face at a drinks party last week.

Shinzo Abe (left), prime minister of Japan, visits David Cameron at 10 Downing Street David Cameron, Prime Minister, Japan, Street, Japanese, Walkway

Guess what: yet another foreign leader has the same view on Brexit as David Cameron

One thing you’ve got to say for David Cameron:

Britain has voted to break out of the European Union, national media declared Friday, striking a thunderous blow against the bloc and . Uk Headlines, British Marine, The Bloc, Voting Today, Eu Referendum, Union Flags, David Cameron, Uk News, In This World

Everyone’s lining up against Brexit, but voters aren’t fooled

UK GDP grew by 0.

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The Brexit row is pulling friendships and families apart

The EU referendum is dividing families and friends as well as political parties.

Sovereignty has a macho appeal, but integration and cooperation bring benefits British Family, Ministry, Budgeting, Finance, Investing, Politics, Study, Sayings, Money

A pro-EU 'study' straight from the Ministry of Truth

Earlier this month, the government published a leaflet strongly urging us to vote “Remain” in the European Union – and sent it to all 27m UK households.

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Barack Obama won’t threaten Britain... as long as we do as he says

Offering an opinion.

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We’re so used to EU rule that we’ve forgotten how to do it for ourselves

In Britain, philosophy is an esoteric, even eccentric pursuit.

Chancellor George Osborne, second left, with (from left) his fellow Cabinet ministers Liz Truss, Amber Rudd and Stephen Crabb Cabinet Minister, Math Formulas, Stand Up, Amber, Get Back Up, Maths Formulas, Ivy

The maths formula that proves Brexit will be a disaster... according to George Osborne

Leaving the EU would be a disaster: