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Brexit Would Plunge U.K. Into Year of Recession, Treasury Warns

Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne warned of a "DIY" — do it yourself — recession if Britons vote to leave the EU

Britain risks year-long recession if votes for Brexit: Osborne

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain could sink into a year-long recession if it votes to leave the European Union, finance minister George Osborne said in his latest attempt to focus voters on the potential hit to the economy from an "Out" v...

Britain's Osborne turns fire on 'Out' plan to leave EU single market

STANSTED, England (Reuters) - Chancellor George Osborne attacked pro-Brexit campaigners for saying Britain should not just leave the European Union but also its single market, as he sought to convince voters that the economy faces big risks in next month's referendum.

Saturday PS: They didn't care then and they don't now

TWO people who owe their agreeable jobs to George Osborne weighed in this week (again) behind the Chancellor’s current hobby/obsession, keeping Britain in the European Union. First up was Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England, on Thursday, suggesting...

Establishment Scaremongery Escalates Amid "The Fog Of Brexit"

Following PM David Cameron's 'world war 3' warnings last week, Chancellor George Osborne joined the 'Project Fear' bandwagon today saying that Treasury is doing "quite a serious amount of contingency planning" into how Britain wouldShow More Summary

George Osborne Hints He’s Backing Hillary Clinton For President

George Osborne has signaled his support for Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton’s presidential bid in November. Speaking on ITV’s Peston on Sunday, Britain’s Chancellor of the Exchequer broke his neutrality by quipping that he was anticipating America’s next president to be a woman. Show More Summary

On obliquity neglect

Reading this tosh makes me wonder: is Mesut Ozil being unjustly criticized for the same reason that George Osborne has escaped sufficient public censure for his failure to cut government borrowing as much as he predicted? The common link is...

Saturday PS: Heads he wins...

GEORGE Osborne is in a very happy position at the moment. If the economy does well, it is testimony to the Chancellor’s genius. If it does badly, that just goes to show that we need to stay in the European...

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