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The Observer view- as Britain flounders, Europe charts its recovery - Coronavirus

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Boris Johnson’s bungled handling of the crisis spells financial disaster for the UK Boris Johnson speaking during prime minister’s questions on 10 June. Photograph: Jessica Taylor/UK PARLIAMENT/AFP/Getty Images Boris Johnson speaking during prime minister’s questions on 10 June. Photograph: Jessica Taylor/UK PARLIAMENT/AFP/Getty Images Sun 14 Jun 2020 06.00 BST Last modified on Wed 1 Jul 2020 17.18 BST If the struggle against the pandemic resembles a war, as Boris Johnson believes, then it’s pretty clear who is losing. By any pertinent measure, including the most damning one – the number of excess deaths compared with last year – Britain is being outdone by countries across Europe, most nota...

No-deal Brexit to cost more than Covid, Bank of England governor says | Politics | The Guardian

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Andrew Bailey said failure to agree to deal would cause long-term damage to UK economy...

No-deal Brexit to cost more than Covid, Bank of England governor says | Brexit

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Andrew Bailey said failure to agree to deal would cause long-term damage to UK economy. The governor of the Bank of England, Andrew Bailey , has warned that the economic cost of a no-deal Brexit would be bigger in the long term than the damage caused by Covid-19. Bailey said failure to agree to a deal before the Brexit transition expires at the end of December would cause disruption to cross-border trade and damage the goodwill between London and Brussels needed to build a future economic partnership. Speaking to MPs on the Commons Treasury committee, he said the fallout from the pandemic and the second national lockdown in England was having a much bigger short-term impact on the economy. H...