Whatever lies ahead for Britain and its economy, the likely prime minister in waiting, Boris Johnson, is determined to take the nation out of the EU on October 31. Photo: AP Whatever lies ahead for Britain and its economy, the likely prime minister in waiting, Boris Johnson, is determined to take the nation out of the EU on October 31. Photo: AP
Whatever lies ahead for Britain and its economy, the likely prime minister in waiting, Boris Johnson, is determined to take the nation out of the EU on October 31. Photo: AP
Andrew Hammond
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Andrew Hammond

Why a no-deal Brexit is a big deal for Britain and the rest of the world

  • With Boris Johnson tipped to become Britain’s prime minister, a no-deal Brexit is suddenly likelier than ever, but few people really understand what that means for businesses and the economy

Whatever lies ahead for Britain and its economy, the likely prime minister in waiting, Boris Johnson, is determined to take the nation out of the EU on October 31. Photo: AP Whatever lies ahead for Britain and its economy, the likely prime minister in waiting, Boris Johnson, is determined to take the nation out of the EU on October 31. Photo: AP
Whatever lies ahead for Britain and its economy, the likely prime minister in waiting, Boris Johnson, is determined to take the nation out of the EU on October 31. Photo: AP
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Andrew Hammond

Andrew Hammond

Andrew Hammond is an associate at LSE IDEAS (the Centre for International Affairs, Diplomacy and Strategy) at the London School of Economics and Political Science. He was formerly a UK goverment special adviser at a time when Britain last held the presidency of the European Union.