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Andrea Leadsom, Conservative Member of Parliament for South Northamptonshire

agrees Fracking
In 2003, we were a net exporter of gas. By 2030 we expect to be importing close to 75% of the gas we consume. By making the most of our home-grown gas we can safeguard our own domestic supply whilst also cutting our carbon emissions.
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Reza Moghadam, Economist and Vice-chairman for sovereigns and official institutions at Morgan Stanley

Macron is right - the Eurozone needs a finance minister. [...] it focuses on the essential: a collective action mechanism for managing and stabilising economies in crisis. It also does so without the need for EU Treaty changes
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Matthew Taylor,

I’m a believer in what’s called nudging -- small changes that can have a behavioral impact. It’s clear that companies think harder about how they present themselves when they have to publish information
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Oliver Hart, Nobel Prize winner in Economics and Professor at Harvard

Bill Gates would get 13K, which is crazy. Raising taxes is costly and so redistribution should be targeted to those who need help most.
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Pierre Pettigrew, Former Canadian trade minister, 1999-2003

disagrees Brexit
If it votes to leave, Britain will find itself with no access to the EU market, nor any other … A post-Brexit UK would face a very different set of conditions imposed by its erstwhile EU partners.
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Seema Malhotra,

disagrees Brexit
[British astronaut Tim Peake is in space] because of the EU. There is no way a country with Britain’s resources, acting alone, could afford to push the boundaries of discovery. What’s true of space is true of the whole of science and engineering.
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Andrea Leadsom, Conservative Member of Parliament for South Northamptonshire

agrees Brexit
The EU’s cherished freedom of movement for people within its borders puts enormous strain on our NHS, our education and our housing.
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David Davis MP,

agrees Brexit
Outside the EU, the city would continue to be free continue as before, such as trading in euro-denominated bonds, while ensuring that it is free of the threat of an FTT, as well as being free of all the other stifling European legislation.
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Gerard Lyons, Chief Economic Adviser to Boris Johnson, the Mayor of London

agrees Brexit
In the medium term, Brexit would be better for the economy than remaining in an unreformed EU
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Gerard Lyons, Economic adviser to Boris Johnson, mayor of London

agrees Brexit
The choice may be a stark one, between the UK being in an EU that is inward looking [and] insular, [...] or outside, trading with the whole world including Europe, negotiating our own, better suited, trade deals with a focus on what the UK is good at
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Claire Fox, British writer

agrees Brexit
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Liam Halligan, Economist, journalist, broadcaster

agrees Brexit
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Tim Loughton, British politician

agrees Brexit
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Janet Beer, British academic administrator

disagrees Brexit
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Germaine Greer, Australian feminist author

disagrees Brexit
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Daniel Dalton, English cricketer and politician

disagrees Brexit
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Ralf Speth, German businessman

disagrees Brexit
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Sting, English musician

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