The subject of Britain’s relationship with Europe is of increasing importance to UK investors. It is a complex and highly political debate which can generate extreme and sometimes emotional views in the British people and indeed in Europeans too.
Autopilot's gone, Captain Cameron! And EU vote is bringing you DOWN
Speak to Ministers. Speak to MPs. Speak to advisers. Speak to civil servants. Speak to Larry the Downing Street cat. They will each tell you the same thing. The Government is currently trying to fly on autopilot. From the Prime Minister down, everyone has a single focus, and is driven by a single purpose. Fighting, and winning, the Euro referendum.
Before the hearing, Wright, said: “The country voted to leave the European Union in a referendum approved by act of parliament. There must be no attempts to remain inside the EU, no attempts to rejoin it through the back door, and no second referendum. We do not believe this case has legal merit. The result should be respected and the government intends to do just that.”
The British pound has plunged to new lows against the euro and the US dollar due to growing concerns about Britain’s departure from the European Union (EU). Sterling slumped to $1.2740 on Tuesday, its lowest in the past 31 years. This is almost 15 percent weaker than before the EU referendum on June 23, when nearly 52 percent of British voters decided to end the country’s membership in the EU.