Theresa May meets the Prime Minister of Poland, as she embarks on her first round of post-Brexit meetings
by Allister Heath
It is the big question, the one that will dominate politics and economics for the remainder of the year. What, exactly, has the impact of the referendum been on the economy? And how should the Bank of England and the Chancellor react?
It is key at this stage to differentiate between Brexit’s actual long-run impact, and the short and possibly medium-term consequences of the vote itself and then the fallout from the negotiations, when they actually begin.
We all have our views on whether Brexit will hit or help the economy over the next 10 or 20 years.