Friday February 21, 2020

Brexit Special: Ian Guider’s dinner party guide to Brexit

Here is all you need to know about the upcoming referendum in Britain

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

19th June, 2016
Lisa Nandy, a pro-EU Labour MP

So, I keep hearing about Brexit. What’s this all about?

More importantly, the stronger the euro is, our exports become more expensive, which hurts lots of employers. Credit ratings agencies have also warned they may cut their ratings on government bonds, which would make it more expensive for the state to borrow.

So, what is the government doing about it?

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