On 29 March, the UK government notified the European Council of its intention to withdraw from the European Union. Both parties now have two years to thrash out the details of the separation. As negotiations begin over the terms of the UK's withdrawal, uncertainty continues to mount. The impact of Brexit on the economy will depend on the restrictions imposed on the free movement of goods and services, labour and capital. In this insight we outline our post-Brexit outlook for the UK economy.
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Keep calm and carry on?
Will the EU fragment further?
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