UK Economics

Brexit Watch

12 January, 2018

Majority don’t support a second referendum

The possibility of a second referendum was again raised this week, but the chances of another vote happening appear slim. Meanwhile, we still expect a transitional deal to be agreed by March. But the UK’s ambition to maintain free trade in services further ahead looks set to be a more contentious issue.

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