UK TradeMin Fox: Default policy would be for UK to leave with no-deal on March, 29th

The UK Trade Minister Liam Fox is on the wires now, via Reuters, noting that the default policy would be for the UK to leave with no-deal on March, 29th.

He went on to say that the no-deal Brexit cannot be considered as a National suicide and added that he thinks a no-deal Brexit outcome would damage the economy but is still survivable.

No Brexit at all would lead to rise in populism seen across Europe, Fox said.

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