A study from Regent's University in London indicates that a UK exit from the EU could jeopardise London's position as a financial centre and weaken the country's attempts to influence legislation.
Professor John Drew, Chancellor of Regent’s University London, and co-editor of the Regent’s Report, said: “The Report provides tested evidence and clear analysis, in 20 short essays, outlining the costs and/or benefits of a changed status in the relationship between the UK and the European Union for specific sectors of our economy and society. It aims to inform the current debate on the UK and the EU, a debate likely to run with increasingly intensity until the next General Election and possibly up to the promised – or threatened – referendum.”
Press release and link to register for report
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