Hard Brexit fears hit consumer confidence

25th November, 2018

Almost half of all consumers are being more cautious about their spending due to concerns over a hard Brexit. The findings from the latest Sunday Business Post/Red C poll come as Taoiseach Leo Varadkar meets EU leaders in Brussels today to sign off on the draft withdrawal agreement.

The uncertainty over whether the deal will be voted through the House of Commons has hit consumer confidence. Some 46 per cent of those polled said...

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