There is a one chance in four that Britain will leave the European Union in March without a deal, a Reuters poll found, while the Bank of England will wait until after Brexit before raising borrowing costs again.
Reuters Aug. 29-Sept. 3 poll was conducted as pressure mounts on British Prime Minister Theresa May, who is struggling to sell what she calls her business-friendly Brexit to her own party and across a divided country.
With less than two months before Britain and the EU want to agree on the terms of Britain’s leaving the bloc, the two sides are still sparring.
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