Steve Webb: 'No benign stability' for financial services under Brexit govt

Lawyers and officials will be consumed with Brexit

Nicola Brittain
Steve Webb: 'No benign stability' for financial services under Brexit govt

Ex-pensions minister Steve Webb has argued that the financial services sector will see no "benign stability" during the next parliament because the government's focus will be on cutting costs.

Webb, a former Liberal Democrat MP who currently works as director of policy for Royal London, argued that outside the mammoth task of disentangling the UK from the European Union (EU) the governme...

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