Average UK wage has increased by £1,800 because of EU status, economists claim

With the EU referendum on Brexit just six weeks away, financial advisors have warned of an ‘economic collapse’

LAST UPDATED: 11 May, 2016 @ 12:16
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BrexitBRITAIN’S membership of the European Union has increased the average UK wage by £1,800 a year, economists claim.

With the EU referendum on Brexit just six weeks away, financial advisors have warned of an ‘economic collapse’ should Britons vote to leave.

In total, Britain has generated €5.8 million in trade deals with the EU since joining in 1986 – representing 27% of all our commerce, according to leading consultancy firm Frontier Economics.

The deadline to register for postal votes is May 16.

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