City AM reports on IEA's Brexit Prize

City AM reported on the IEA’s Brexit Prize.

Winnings of €100,000 (£86,400) for the best plan on how the UK could leave the European Union have been offered by Westminster think tank the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA).

The Brexit competition is based on the concept of a plan of exit from the EU if a referendum approves it. Lord Lawson, the former chancellor of the exchequer, chairs the judging panel, which also includes historian David Starkey, and Gisela Stuart, a Labour Party MP.

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