But he added although the next couple of months would be highly charged and divisive, for the markets it was likely to be “business as usual”.
Martin Stewart, director at London Money, said he wanted to see a solution to the “elephant in the room” of Brexit, which was causing a drag on investment, housing and consumer confidence.
He added: “I think the majority can accept some form of withdrawal from the EU but certainly not at any cost. It has been the overriding, suffocating feature over the past three years and it’s time now for us all to move on.”
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