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Open Europe’s Jayson Probin and Raoul Ruparel investigate how the Bank of England might respond to the short term shock of a Brexit vote. Such an outcome would likely leave the Bank of England stuck between a rock and a hard place – disinflationary pressure from an economic shock and inflationary pressures from a devaluation of the pound.

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Open Europe’s Jayson Probin and Raoul Ruparel investigate how the Bank of England might respond to the short term shock of a Brexit vote. Such an outcome would likely leave the Benk of England stuck between a rock and a hard place – disinflationary pressure from an economic shock and inflationary pressures from a devaluation of the pound.

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Over the last couple of days, security has been a prominent theme in the EU referendum campaign with both the Remain and Leave campaigns attempting to paint their preferred outcomes as the best guarantee of safety and security. Open Europe’s Pawel Swidlicki examines whether these arguments could win over swing voters and assesses the credibility of some of the main claims on both sides.

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Posted by Pawel Swidlicki

Over the last couple of days, security has been a prominent theme in the EU referendum campaign with both the Remain and Leave campaigns attempting to paint their preferred outcomes as the best guarantee of safety and security. Open Europe’s Pawel Swidlicki and Stephen Booth examine whether these arguments could win over swing voters and the credibility of some of the main claims on both sides.

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Open Europe’s Pawel Swidlicki argues that while Greenpeace’s TTIP leaks are underwhelming in terms of substance, by reinforcing negative perceptions about lower environmental standards and nefarious corporate dealings they compound the already tricky path towards TTIP’s conclusion and ratification.

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Posted by Pawel Swidlicki

Open Europe’s Pawel Swidlicki argues that while Greenpeace’s TTIP leaks are underwhelming in terms of substance, by reinforcing negative perceptions about lower environmental standards and nefarious corporate dealings they compound the already tricky path towards TTIP’s conclusion and ratification.

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Posted by Pawel Swidlicki