Britain’s financial watchdog has warned that Brexit puts the country’s finance sector at ‘significant’ risk with almost 5,500 UK-registered firms losing their right to operate freely across the European single market.
Britain has always been a right-wing country. This year, however, the country veered even further right in the most bizarre circumstances. The nation took part in an 'EU referendum' which was really a national poll on immigration.
Despite Nigel Farage and Donald Trump having similar opinions on migration, they have different views on economics. The outgoing UKIP leader is about openness and links with the world, the GOP candidate – protectionism, says Bruges Group director Robert Oulds.