Yerevan, 18.April.2019,
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UK risks economic blow outside EU - Open Europe study

Leaving the EU could cost the UK economy 2.2% of total output (GDP) by 2030, a study by the think-tank Open Europe says. That would be the worst-case "Brexit" scenario, the study concludes. But GDP could rise by 1.6% if the UK negotiated a free trade deal with Europe and pursued "very ambitious deregulation". Open Europe backs the UK Conservatives' call for far-reaching reform of the EU. A UK in/out referendum on EU membership might take place by the end of 2017. UK Prime Minister David Cameron has promised such a referendum if the Conservatives win the 7 May general election. He plans to argue the case for staying in, provided he can get key reforms adopted in the EU, including stricter rules on EU migrants' rights. There is great reluctance in the EU however to embark on more treaty change - and that could be an obstacle for Mr Cameron's reform ambitions. Boris Johnson as potential successors. In an interview with BBC deputy political editor James Landale, Mr Cameron described the three Conservative heavyweights as "great people" with "plenty of talent".  
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