Hugo Dixon is a columnist and entrepreneur. He is chairman and editor in chief of InFacts, a journalistic enterprise making the fact-based case for Britain to stay in the European Union. His most recent book is "The In/Out Question: Why Britain Should Stay in the EU and Fight to Make it Better". He founded Breakingviews in 1999, was editor in chief and chairman until it was acquired by Thomson Reuters in 2009, and continued to edit it until 2012. Before founding Breakingviews, Hugo spent 13 years at the Financial Times, the last five as Head of Lex. He began his journalistic career at the Economist. Follow him on twitter: @hugodixon
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Britain has much to gain from capital markets union and free digital trade, argues Breakingviews’ founder. But the boiling cauldron of the Middle East and North Africa, and the Leave camp’s misinformation, are even more worrying. Brexit would be a triumph for post-truth politics.
European politicians’ knee-jerk reaction if Britain votes to quit the European Union will be to integrate further. This would be foolish, provoking a populist backlash. A better response would be to loosen fiscal policy while embarking on bolder economic and
A victory for Brexit will trigger political turmoil and acrimonious divorce talks. Investment will grind to a halt as firms wait for the fog to clear. That could cause a recession.
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