Delaying talks with the rest of the EU is fraught with economic risk

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Series Details 27.06.16
Publication Date 27/06/2016
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On the 23 June 2016 it was all about hypotheticals, scenarios and speculation. Now, after the result to leave, it’s real and it will rapidly become clear whether those who foresaw short term damage to the British economy from Brexit were correct, writes Iain Begg. But it is alarming to hear Brexiteers who forecast only a short-term shock calling for a delay in invoking Article 50 – because continuing uncertainty will cause more damage.

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