Brexit - five weeks left to strike a deal

The next five weeks will be crucial in determining whether the UK and EU can achieve a free-trade agreement. We still estimate the chance of a deal being struck is 60% given the strong motivations for the UK to reach agreement.

Failure to agree a deal will mean UK exports to the EU are subject to tariffs and higher non-tariff barriers. Our modelling suggests this would hit UK growth prospects in both the short- and longer-term.

What you will learn:

  • How likely are the UK and the EU to reach a deal?
  • What will be the impact of a no-trade deal on the relationship between Great Britain and Northern Ireland? 
  • How would a no-trade deal impact UK exports to the EU?

Topics: Brexit, Europe, Tarrifs

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