The EU referendum has already hit the UK economy – here’s how it could recover after a remain vote

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Series Details 22.06.16
Publication Date 22/06/2016
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Referendums on major issues usually create a degree of uncertainty which can have a knock on effect on a country’s economy. Swati Dhingra writes that uncertainty caused by the UK’s EU referendum of 23 June 2016 has already had a negative economic impact, with some British businesses putting the hiring of new staff on hold until after the vote. But if the UK votes to stay in the EU it would be far from a given that this uncertainty would disappear and a strong response from the government will be necessary to generate a quick recovery.

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