LONDON – The decision of the British government to the European Union, London has, since then, approximately 560 million euro per week cost. This is a study that Sunday is published by the Centre for European Reform. The centre inter alia that the Uk economy is now 2.5 percent smaller in size, than if a majority of the voters in 2016 for the EU-membership had voted.
The investigation focused on the period from June 2016 to June 2018. According to the center, that is to say that pro-European but also critical, is the British nearly 30 billion euros per year in revenue is lost. That is approximately 560 million per week.
In comparison with similar economies slowed in the Uk since the brexit decision. The economic growth in the first half of this year was the weakest since the second half of 2011.