London Mayor Boris Johnson said earlier this week that pro-EU campaigners were fear mongering, and that the risks of a Brexit had been “wildly exaggerated.” Photo: Xinhua London Mayor Boris Johnson said earlier this week that pro-EU campaigners were fear mongering, and that the risks of a Brexit had been “wildly exaggerated.” Photo: Xinhua
London Mayor Boris Johnson said earlier this week that pro-EU campaigners were fear mongering, and that the risks of a Brexit had been “wildly exaggerated.” Photo: Xinhua
Patrick Low
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by Patrick Low

Common sense not nostalgic yearning should be at the heart of Britain’s EU departure debate

A Brexit would come at great cost and provide little benefit

London Mayor Boris Johnson said earlier this week that pro-EU campaigners were fear mongering, and that the risks of a Brexit had been “wildly exaggerated.” Photo: Xinhua London Mayor Boris Johnson said earlier this week that pro-EU campaigners were fear mongering, and that the risks of a Brexit had been “wildly exaggerated.” Photo: Xinhua
London Mayor Boris Johnson said earlier this week that pro-EU campaigners were fear mongering, and that the risks of a Brexit had been “wildly exaggerated.” Photo: Xinhua
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Patrick Low

Patrick Low

Patrick Low is a fellow, Asia Global Institute at the University of Hong Kong