Mark Carney plan for Brexit gets cool response from Gove

Mark Carney plan for Brexit gets cool response from Gove
 

Brexit supporters have rejected plans reportedly backed by Bank of England Governor Mark Carney for an extended transition when Britain leaves the EU.
He hosted dinners last week with business leaders about keeping single market access for at least two years after Brexit, the Sunday Times claims.
But former cabinet minister Michael Gove told the BBC that such a plan could complicate the Brexit process.
A Bank spokesman declined to discuss "private meetings and conversations".
Business has become increasingly concerned about a so-called "cliff-edge" change in trading... read more

 
27 November 2016 in Regional, Views: 40
Source: BBC
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