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No to the Single Market, EEA, EFTA and customs union, Yes to WTO

By May 26, 2017February 18th, 2021No Comments

THE SINGLE MARKET AND POVERTY

OECD says poverty fell in UK and rose in the EU, 2008-2014

OECD reports that:-

UK’s poverty rate fell by 0.5%, EU’s rose by 0.8%

Unemployment still high in EU, widespread across eurozone

Challenges for EU27 economies and for quality of life of EU citizens

Estimates of structural unemployment within most EU27 countries have risen

Deep cuts to unemployment benefits in affected EU27 countries

Does this sound like an EU Single Market we can’t afford to leave?

Source: OECD 2016 Report on EU and Single Market

http://facts4eu.org/brexit_and_the_single_market.shtml