UK Economics

UK Economics Focus

27 April, 2018

Will Brexit red lines be rubbed out?

With the deadline for finalising the withdrawal agreement and a framework for the UK’s future relationship with the EU fast approaching, many issues are still unresolved – not least the Irish border issue. As a result, the Government’s negotiating red lines look likely to be blurred further over the coming months – possibly to include staying in a customs union. That would limit the ultimate impact of Brexit on the UK economy, for good or for ill.

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