Brexit Scaremongering Nothing New, Says Defiant Paterson
As poll after poll shows a rising tide of support for Britain to leave the European Union, the currencies of the most vulnerable countries in Eastern Europe tell a different story. Poland’s zloty and Hungary’s forint were among the top gainers of emerging currencies against the euro in the past week, even though the countries stand to lose billions of euros of aid if the Leave campaign succeeds on June 23, as three surveys published on Monday suggest it would. MP for North Shropshire Owen Paterson, who supports Brexit, argues his case with Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua on "The Pulse."
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