Brexit fallout: Facing up to a sterling problem

Britain’s problems with foreigners will keep its government going down an inevitable road, writes Sean Whelan

9th October, 2016
The euro to sterling exchange rate one euro buys you just under 90 pence

Theresa May’s plan to file Britain’s Article 50 notice by the end of March 2017 could be problematic. On March 25, EU leaders will gather in Rome for a special summit to mark the 60th anniversary of the union’s founding document, the Treaty of Rome. The original signed copy of every EU treaty since is kept in Rome. If May turns up in the eternal city to slap down the divorce papers, it would not...

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