A vote to exit the EU, scheduled for June 23, would change Europe forever…and “for the worse”. That’s the dire prediction made by EU President Donald Tusk. Tusk, who oversaw the EU reform deal that PM David Cameron brokered with the other 27 EU leaders last weekend, said that with all the challenges facing the West, now is not the time for Britain to split away from the block.
The question itself has already had a negative effect on the British Pound and former military leaders they are worried about the rise of the Islamic State Group, instability in the Middle East and Russian nationalism.
ABC’s Tom Rivers joined us from London.