Neil Birrell: Is there anything to do in the UK?

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Neil Birrell: "We are entering, quite literally, an unprecedented and impossible-to-forecast phase for this country’s economy, which may have profound ramifications for the UK corporate sector."
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Neil Birrell: "We are entering, quite literally, an unprecedented and impossible-to-forecast phase for this country’s economy, which may have profound ramifications for the UK corporate sector."

No matter what the outcome of Brexit, the UK is going to face many challenges over the coming months but, believes Neil Birrell, attractive opportunities do exist within all the country's various asset classes

On today of all days, I was hoping to get away with not writing about Brexit. I am going to try not to comment on what is probably the biggest economic, social and political event ever to hit this country...

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