Brexit pessimism is on the rise

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This 482 word blog post highlights that all generations of Brits are becoming more and more polarised about whether the impact of Brexit will be positive or negative. Written on 2nd July 2019.

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Article Preview: What’s going to happen next with Brexit? As Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt continue their respective campaigns to win votes from the Conservative Party membership, they are outlining their preferred approach to leaving the European Union. Whether or not either candidate will find himself in a position to implement these Brexit ambitions remains to be seen. What is clear is that people across the UK believe Brexit, in any form, will have an impact on their finances. Whether that financial impact is positive, negative or neutral is, much like the Referendum result, entirely polarised.