Like it or not, product policies have been dragged into the Brexit debate as an unwilling figure of fun. Like a nerd being pushed around in a school playground, these hard-working policies are easy to ridicule and harder to defend in the middle of a shouting match. With populism on the rise in the EU, it is time some of the older kids intervened to stand up for these policies to ensure they have a bright future. The European Commission and member governments must make the case more forcefully than in the past. We think the argument is easy to win, here’s why:


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