Tax and Fiscal Policy

Costs from Brexit are “likely to be trivial” compared to impact of coronavirus

Julian Jessop quoted in the Financial Times

With talks between the EU and UK deadlocked, warnings over a no-deal Brexit are resurfacing.

But as IEA Economics Fellow Julian Jessop argues “Any costs from a change in our relationship with the EU are likely to be trivial compared to the swings in GDP due to coronavirus.

Quoted by the Financial Times, Julian added that the costs will “potentially be smaller during the crisis than they would have been otherwise.”

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