IPG members oppose Brexit

IPG members oppose Brexit

The majority of Independent Publishers Guild (IPG) members think Britain would not be better off if it left Europe, a survey has revealed.

Asked whether Britain should leave the EU - referred to as Brexit - 54% of IPG members said their company would be “worse off” if it did, whereas just 3% said their company would be better off. On the fence were 27% who thought it would “probably make very little difference”; while 10% didn’t know and a further 8% stipulated it would depend on the terms of negotiation.

The question was posed as part of the first Independent Publishing Report undertaken...

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