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Johnson’s Brexit deal could allow uncertainty to linger

The political benefits of Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal may also prove to be its economic downsides. If the deal is eventually passed in its current form there would effectively still be a chance of something like a no deal Brexit in December 2020. If that risk isn’t mitigated, uncertainty could remain high, limiting the gradual acceleration in GDP growth we predict in our Brexit deal forecast.

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