Four alternatives to EU membership rejected by the government


Report rules out options, including Norway model, that could involve tariffs on exports or harm UK’s financial services industry

The government has concluded in an official report that Britain would be “weaker, less safe and worse off” if it left the European Union.

The document, which has been compiled under the terms of the act of parliament authorising the EU referendum, examines a series of alternatives to EU membership that would all lead to the loss of trade deals and police cooperation.

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