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The political fallout from last week’s referendum result makes economic forecasting almost impossible - we have embarked on a huge change with no clear plan and so can only be vague about our future
It’s hit construction hard - on the stock exchange, in boardrooms and on sites across the UK, people are starting to rethink an industry that is no longer part of the EU. But what exactly will change and how quickly?
Last week’s referendum has affected every British citizen, including those too young to vote
The referendum result will impact on many facets of our sector
Make no mistake, last week’s vote to leave the EU has created many unknowns but construction is an entrepreneurial and essential industry and will do better unfettered by EU regs
The result is in, but what will be the long-term effect for construction?
Whatever the outcome of the EU referendum, it’s important that those on both sides of the debate now work together to get the UK economy and construction back on course after months of uncertainty
One of the most worrying aspects of this referendum campaign has been the rubbishing of economic experts’ opinions
Whatever the result of the EU referendum, we cannot afford to opt out on diversity
A Brexit could hamper future economic activity and not have an impact on current figures
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