British households are around 900 pounds worse off than they would have been had the country not voted to leave the European Union.
As Bank of England Governor Mark Carney told a committee of lawmakers, that is a "lot of money."
Carney said the British economy is 1.5 to 2 percent smaller in the two years since the Brexit vote than it could otherwise have been, after adjusting for further stimulus measures from the government and Bank of England and stronger growth in the rest of Europe.
Brexit to cost Scottish economy £11.2 billion a year. Leaving the European Union will also hit tax revenues by up to £3.7 billion annually...
The frictionless border controls which no one has agreed to, the cabinet can’t make up its mind on . And a mate in the pub tells me that Jon Thompson says won’t be ready for another three years. Taking it past the end of transition in 2020.
And cost up to 20Bn a year.
You really are a bit previous. As work on these schemes can’t start until ministers and the Eu agree on a customs model.
Your ignorance is breathtaking... But please keep posting because you are keeping my colleagues and I amused. Btw, the Premier Inn in Folkestone for a month hardly counts as a jolly, but it is nice to know that you are paying for both my stay and incidental expenses. Kerching!