BREXIT – Is it all Doom and Gloom?

Should we stay or should we go?……. This has been the question on the nations minds for the past 3 years. As it stands the UK is due to leave the European
union at 23:00 GMT on 31 October 2019. IF this goes ahead and there is no deal struck before this date, is it all doom and gloom for the UK?
With the possibility of the trade markets opening up to the rest of the world, it may be just what the UK needs. A UK – US free trade deal could boost national output by $80 billion and cut prices by 8 per cent. – Professor Patrick Minford (Brexit Central).
John Bolton, The Presidents’ national security advisor, said Mr Trump was
“eager for the will of the British People to be carried out, and he is even more eager to do a trade deal.”
“People who worry about the United Kingdom crashing out of the European
Union – they are going to crash right into the United States.”

Published by: TRIQS

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