As the shock of last June’s vote to leave the European Union slowly wears off, the reality of a post-Brexit Britain is starting to emerge. The pound dropped to its lowest value in 31 years directly after the referendum and is currently hovering around £1.22 to the dollar. Once Article 50 is triggered sometime in March, official divorce proceedings will begin. Like any divorce, ending the relationship between Britain and the EU is guaranteed to be an emotional and drawn out negotiation. During this time, the one currency everyone will be trading in is uncertainty.Continue reading
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