Hang on. Italy 15%, Germany 35%, France 42%....something must be wrong, UK 62%....so tell me again why we should quit?
(Source : OECD, cumulative GDP growth since formation of Single Market in 1993. UK Office of National Statistics, using slightly different basis, says 69%, very similar to USA on 71%. Japan on 19%)
"There will be both a short-term economic shock and long-term economic damage from leaving the EU" - David Smith, Economic Editor, Sunday Times 12 June 2016
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