BREXIT: Remain – The New Reality?

In the ongoing debate on the EU Referendum, attention has been largely devoted to the prospect of the UK leaving the Union and to the implications of such a development. Less time has been given to discussion of the other potential outcome – a decision to ‘Remain’ in the EU. Indeed, the agreement at the February 2016 European Council summit means that a vote to Remain will decidedly not represent a return to the status quo ante.In this new paper, IIEA Senior Fellow, Tony Brown, discusses the implications of a Remain vote in the UK’s EU referendum on 23 June.

BREXIT: Remain – The New Reality?

by Tony Brown

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In the ongoing debate on the EU Referendum, attention has been largely devoted to the prospect of the UK leaving the Union and to the implications of such a development. Less time has been given to discussion of the other potential outcome – a decision to ‘Remain’ in the EU. Indeed, the agreement at the February 2016 European Council summit means that a vote to Remain will decidedly not represent a return to the status quo ante.

In this new paper, IIEA Senior Fellow, Tony Brown, discusses the implications of a Remain vote in the UK’s EU referendum on 23 June.