Reasons to Bet for or against Brexit

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson speaks at the House of Commons in London, England, September 3, 2019. (©UK Parliament/Jessica Taylor/Handout via Reuters)
At this point, it looks like a toss-up.

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE A lmost anything can happen in three years, except taking a nation out of the European Union. Even one with its own currency, a major financial capital, and one of the largest national economies in the world.

As the vote came in for Brexit in the summer of 2016, I expressed skepticism about the EU respecting a national plebiscite that goes against its long-term plan of a federal superstate Europe. They have more than I expected. I said that I didn’t think the United Kingdom’s political class would fight for a good deal. This turned out to be true. I also predicted

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