Ian Guider: Bracing for Brexit

Has the government done enough to prepare us for the impact if Britain votes to leave?

12th June, 2016
Ukip leader Nigel Farage speaks at a Grassroots Out! campaign rally in Bristol

The OECD, the IMF, Fitch, Standard & Poor’s and a handful of other equally influential bodies are for once in agreement: that a decision by British voters to ditch 40 years of membership of the European Union will be a disaster for the world’s fifth-biggest economy. They are equally firm that in the event of a Brexit vote in just under two weeks the consequences for Ireland are much more significant than for any other...

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