EU Referendum

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The EU referendum was a once in a lifetime opportunity to shape Britain's future, inside or outside the European Union. It's caused a lot of divisions, but now that the result is known, it's time to make it work.

Brexit comes with vast possibilities and opportunities, and MoneyWeek can help you navigate them and find out how to make it work for your money.

Why we need a Quick Brexit

It’s neither a Hard nor a Soft Brexit we need, says Matthew Lynn. It’s a Quick Brexit. Britain can iron out the details later.

A hard Brexit with a soft landing?

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The chancellor didn’t fail to use his Mansion House speech to air his views on Brexit.

How Brexit will affect London’s hedge fund industry

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London may be the centre of Europe’s hedge fund industry, but Brexit could change all that. Matthew Partridge finds out from one insider how it could be affected.

Why this top legal expert is worried about Brexit

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Matthew Partridge talks to a Thom Brooks, professor of law and government at Durham University, about the realities of leaving the EU.

Why Brexit could hurt UK clearing

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The City dominates euro-denominated clearing but the European Union is looking to take back control after Brexit. This could hurt the City and cause job losses, says Simon Wilson.

Could Britain rejoin a much-improved EU?

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The EU desperately needs wholesale reform. If it gets it, there is no reason why the UK shouldn’t join the new version at some point in the future, says Merryn Somerset Webb.

What the party manifestos say about Brexit

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Matthew Partridge looks at what each party’s manifesto says about Brexit and Britain’s future relationship with the EU.

Brexit: what alternatives are there to passporting?

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Financial passporting is one of the reasons behind London’s success as a financial centre. Matthew Partridge looks at how the City will cope when it’s gone.

Where’s the plan for post-Brexit Britain?

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Nobody is talking about making Britain attractive to business in this election campaign, says Matthew Lynn. That is sure to be a costly mistake.

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