by Jacqui Smith
I predict that the leave campaign will not have the first idea of the answers to these questions. Yet our country is being asked to vote for an economic shock, higher prices, lower wages, a permanently poorer country, weaker security cooperation and a less influential Britain on the world stage – all in return for some unspecified new immigration policy that the leave campaign haven’t even bothered to think through. The big question for the British people on 23 June is: is this remotely worth it? I believe their verdict will be damning.