In Brexit delay, UK economy remains prisoner of uncertainty
Monday, 8 April 2019 LONDON (AP) — Brexit may be postponed once again this week, perhaps by as much as a year. The British economy, though, will remain a prisoner of a confidence-sapping uncertainty. While the merits of Brexit have been debated endlessly during Britain’s highly divisive political crisis, nobody disputes that the British economy has been hurt by […]
According to Reuters, Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said on Friday that a longer Brexit extension might be favorable to avoid continued uncertainty, Varadkar said this after his British counterpart Theresa May asked for a delay until up to June 30. Varadkar told Irish national broadcaster,...
Labour MP Clive Lewis says he blames nine years of Conservative austerity, as well as Brexit uncertainty, for the current state of the UK economy. The British economy shrank in the second quarter for..
Bank of England governor Mark Carney warns that the event of a no-deal Brexit would likely cause UK GDP to fall, and drive CPI inflation. The Bank of England has held interest rates firm at 0.75% and..
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For the first time in seven years, Britain's economy shrunk in the second quarter as businesses sort out how to avoid recession in the face of Brexit. Christian Science Monitor Also reported by •Seattle Times