Brexit: UK should be more ‘self-confident’, says Lord King



Britain should be “more self-confident” about its prospects outside the European Union, a former governor of the Bank of England has said.
Lord King acknowledged Brexit will bring “great political difficulties”, but said that there would also be “many opportunities” economically for the UK striking out on its own.
The cross-bench peer – who led the Bank as Sir Mervyn King from 2003-13 – said the UK should leave the European single market and warned there were “real question marks” over whether it should seek to remain in the customs union, which might constrain its opportunities to forge... read more

 
26 December 2016 in Politics, Views: 51
Source: Scotsman
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