From robots to websites, British firms curb spending due to Brexit
Heavy machinery whirrs and clanks on the factory floor of precision metalworking firm Robert Bion & Co, where a planned three-metre robotic arm would have been speeding up output by now, if Britain had not voted to leave the European Union.
"We're waiting to get a clear idea of what the future might be before we make any significant investments," owner Nick Bion said at the company his father founded in 1964 in Reading, west of London.
Britain's economy has held up better than most economists predicted since voters chose in June to quit the EU. Consumers have carried on... read more