• Boris Johnson refuses to reveal how badly his Brexit deal will hurt the UK economy

    1 month ago - By Business Insider

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    Boris Johnson's government is refusing to reveal what they expect the economic impact of his new Brexit will be.
    A cross-party group of MPs wrote to Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay calling for the government to release analysis of how Johnson's deal would affect the UK economy.
    However, Chancellor Sajid Javid said: "I see no need for a new impact assessment."
    Previous analysis said a free trade deal along the lines of that envisaged in Johnson's deal would reduce annual economic growth by 6.7%.
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  • British people would rather stop Brexit than leave the EU with Boris Johnson's deal

    British people would rather stop Brexit than leave the EU with Boris Johnson's deal

    1 month ago - By Business Insider

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    Just one-in-five British people would choose to leave the EU with Boris Johnson's deal as their preferred Brexit outcome.
    Cancelling Brexit altogether remains the most popular outcome among British voters.
    Just 14% would prefer to leave the EU without a deal.
    UK Members of Parliament are due to vote on whether to accept Johnson's Brexit deal this Saturday.
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    British people would prefer to stop Brexit altogether than leave the EU with Boris Johnson's deal, according to a new poll.
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  • The EU is preparing to delay Brexit if the UK Parliament rejects Boris Johnson's deal

    The EU is preparing to delay Brexit if the UK Parliament rejects Boris Johnson's deal

    1 month ago - By Business Insider

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    The UK Parliament will vote on Boris Johnson's Brexit deal this Saturday.
    If Members of Parliament reject the deal, Johnson will be legally obliged to request a delay.
    European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker appeared to suggest the EU would oppose such a request.
    However, behind the scenes the EU is preparing for another delay in order to avoid a no-deal Brexit.
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