Economists for Britain is a campaign headed by some of Britain’s leading economists and economic commentators who believe there needs to be a substantial change in Britain’s relationship with the EU.

Via new research, speeches and seminars along with letters to the media we aim to inform the debate about Britain’s EU membership, highlight some of the problems that exist today and suggest solutions for politicians and decision makers. Our research looks at the economic consequences of EU membership for the UK, ways we can reform the UK’s membership of the EU and analyses the opportunities that lie for Britain in the wider world. Our letters to the media attract attention in the national news and our research archive includes the groundbreaking work produced by Global Vision. 

Many of Britain’s leading economists have already joined our campaign for a fairer, better relationship between Britain and the EU and an In/Out referendum. If you would like to join us then please sign up.

What will the effects be on the standard 9 to 5 worker as we leave the EU? Well initially we may potentially face some temporary economic teething pains as the business sector gets to grips with new systems in place. This may place a temporary burder on the regular worker and as such the practice of borrowing may increase. Ideally, one should hope this won't be the case but if necessery we have this list of loans apps that are compared, reviewed and completely impartial to any one particular loan service. Please click on the link and take a look at what is avaialble, if required, whilst you business slowly gets to grips with a completely new economic sphere.