Facts and myths surround the In/Out debate. To find neutral information to inform my own decision-making has proved to be tricky. No longer.
The need for precision is often overstated. The need for accuracy and truth cannot be. For instance, John Maynard Keynes is often quoted for having said: “When the facts change, I change my mind. What do you do, Sir?”
In fact, he neither said or wrote it. The quote is by another economist, Paul Samuelson, 1970 winner of the Nobel prize. Does that make the point any less valid?
This article was originally published on LinkedIn on 6 March