UK government warned of ‘complacency’ over post-Brexit financial sector and ‘reluctance’ to rebuild EU relationship

The UK government has been warned against “complacency” over the future of the UK’s financial sector since Brexit and its plans to reform “complex and unwieldy” regulations outside the European Union.

In a new report, the House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee says the government must “weigh u...


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