The longer Brexit 'uncertainty persists, the greater impact' it will have on the UK economy , says UBS

News Team, 15/03/2019

Brexit could now be postponed by a further three months or more as 413 to 202 voted for Prime Minister Theresa May to ask the European Union (EU) for a delayed Brexit and according to Dean Turner, UK economist at UBS Wealth Management, the longer Brexit "uncertainty persists, the greater impact it is likely" to have on the economy in the months ahead.

If MPs back May’s deal in another vote next week, the UK may now leave the EU on 30 June, the Prime Minister said, but it is still “uncertain that she will be successful”, Mr Dean said.

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