RT reported on the launch of the IEA’s Brexit Prize.
Britain’s departure from the EU is “quite plausible”, so formulating an exit plan ensuring free trade links with Europe remain intact while business suffocating “red tape” falls by the wayside will be vital, economist Richard Wellings argues.
The contest appears to have been spurred by Prime Minister David Cameron’s promise to renegotiate Britain's relationship with the EU in an attempt to repatriate some powers from Brussels and even hold a referendum on Britain's EU membership. All of this hinges on hopes that his Conservative Party is re-elected in 2017.
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