Poll: Seven in ten would change their consumer behaviour in no deal

A new poll released by KPMG has found that seven in ten Brits would spend less in the event of a no-deal Brexit, with 54% believing that no-deal will be the result of the seemingly fruitless negotiations with the EU.

The findings in full:

  • 43% of the public said they were very likely or likely to cut everyday spending.
  • 45% of the public said they were very likely or likely to cut non-essential spending.
  • 48% of the public said they were very likely or likely to cut luxury spending.
  • 47% of the public said they were very likely or likely to delay major purchases.

So why don’t we just get a deal, not fighting a war of attrition over certain points of principle and engage in some realpolitik, Gerry inquires…

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