The Telegraph discusses the IEA's Brexit Prize.
Lord Lawson, the former Conservative chancellor, recently called for Britain to leave the single market – claiming that economic gains “would substantially outweigh the costs” – and free businesses from red tape. He also predicted that the Prime Minster’s attempts to renegotiate relations from within the EU would be “inconsequential”. Lord Lawson is one of the judges of an Institute of Economic Affairs prize, which is offering €100,000 (£86,300) for the best account of why the UK would be better off outside the EU.
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