Johnson dampens UK capital markets with ‘do or die’ Brexit

By Owen Sanderson, Sam Kerr, Tyler Davies
25 Jul 2019

UK capital markets are once again in flux and in the dark over the country’s future, as new prime minister Boris Johnson vowed to take the UK out of the European Union on October 31 “do or die”, write Sam Kerr, Tyler Davies and Owen Sanderson.

The UK’s new prime minister made his maiden speech to the UK House of Commons on Thursday, promising a golden age for Britain but affirmed his promise that if he cannot get a better deal from the EU before October 31, then the UK will leave without a ...

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