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Letters: Both Remain and Leave are propagating falsehoods at public expense

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14 June 2016
Both sides of the arguments being put forward by those campaigning for and against leaving the EU are misleading, according to a letter organised by Dr Alan Renwick (UCL Constitution Unit)...

Brexit backfire? UK actually has more ‘energy sovereignty’ inside the EU than out

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9 June 2016
Professor Paul Ekins (UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources) explains why energy isolation would be more expensive and less secure for the UK...

Anthill 2: Brexit special

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8 June 2016
In a new podcast featuring a range of academic voices, Professor Ian Preston (UCL Economics) says voters should look at both sides of the migration coin.

Brexit vote 'could cost UK universities tens of millions in student fees'

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6 June 2016
Professor Michael Arthur (UCL President & Provost) warns that UK university courses may become unaffordable to many Europeans if Britain leaves the EU.

UCL economists warn of historic economic risks from Brexit

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23 May 2016
47 economists from the UCL Department of Economics, ranked first in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework, have added their voices to a warning that the economic costs of Brexit would be high.

Latest migration figures make no economic case for Brexit

Publication date:

27 May 2016
In an op-ed piece, Professor Ian Preston (UCL Economics) writes that although the latest figures show a slight rise in migration to the UK, there is nothing new to get excited about...

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