Former Bank of England governor Mervyn King has criticised arguments in the debate over Britain’s European Union membership that he said “insult the intelligence of voters,” British media reported on Monday.
King, who steered UK monetary policy for 10 years to 2013, was speaking at Britain’s Hay Festival, an arts event.
Britons will decide on June 23 whether to leave or stick with the EU, with important implications for the future of Britain’s economic and trade relations and for the EU itself.
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