PM must rule out 'worst option' of hard Brexit or firms will choke off investment, warns business chief

The prime minister must rule out now taking the hardest of Brexit routes out of the European union so companies can make investment decisions, business leaders asked today.
CBI director general Carolyn Fairbairn said firms were currently putting investment on hold and that they needed to know from Theresa May that the UK would not be pulled out of the single market and sever all trade ties with the EU.
The UK would operate under the basic tariff arrangements set down by the World Trade Organisation after a hard Brexit - unless a Canada-style free trade agreement was struck with the EU. 
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8 October 2016 in Business, Views: 55
Source: Daily Mail

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