This photo illustration created on May 20, 2016 in Lille shows the flags of the European Union and the United Kingdom. / AFP / PHILIPPE HUGUEN
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Nine out of 10 of Britain's top economists working in London's City financial district, small business and academia believe the economy will be harmed if Britain leaves the European Union, a poll said Sunday.Carried out by pollster Ipsos-MORI, the poll found that 88 percent of those asked said an exit from the EU and the single market would most likely damage Britain's growth prospects over the next five years and 82 percent said there would probably be a negative impact on household incomes.
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