LONDON (Reuters) - Leaving the European Union would cost the average working Briton the equivalent of a month's salary by 2020, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development said on Wednesday, joining a list of economic bodies warning against an exit.
Angel Gurria, secretary general of the organization which groups many of the world's leading economies, said Britain would have less access to the bloc's single market, and "Out" campaigners were indulging in wishful thinking ahead of the country's referendum on June 23.
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