Ryan Bourne

CATO Institute / Economists for Brexit

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Ryan Bourne is an economist at the Cato Institute and a founding member of the Economists for Brexit.

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After hundreds of years of almost continuous warfare, 28 nations created the European Union. Now, the UK is becoming the first to go back on its own.

'Brexit' is here: Let the wrangling begin

After hundreds of years of almost continuous warfare, 28 nations created the European Union. Now, the UK is becoming the first to go back on its own.

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