European Commission President Jean Claude Juncker prepares to address the European Parliament on the outcome of the "Brexit" summit, in Brussels February 24, 2016. REUTERS/Yves Herman
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Britain could face a decade of economic uncertainty if it leaves the European Union, a senior business leader has warned ahead of a membership referendum on June 23 .Walker, whose organisation represents around 35,000 executives, mostly at small and medium businesses in all sectors of British industry, said the majority of the business community favoured staying in the union.A poll of members of the Federation of Small Businesses in September 2015 showed that 47 percent would vote to remain in the union, against just under 41 percent who would vote to leave.
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