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Border disorder

31 January 2013 By Olaf Storbeck

In his big speech on Europe, the UK’s prime minister said unnecessary regulation was stifling British competitiveness. But would-be isolationists ignore the reality that separation also raises impediments to growth. Take the much-maligned Schengen border accord, for example.

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