The prediction comes from analysts at IHS Jane’s, who say government plans in last year’s defence review to increase military spending relied on economic growth predictions which now appear unattainable. With forecasts for the UK’s economic growth being revised down as a result of Brexit, IHS Jane’s
Decision to leave EU ‘likely’ to be a boost to UK arms companies
Britain's banks are already talking up the new global opportunities presented by Brexit, just a week after the City of London was spooked by the surprise decision by voters to leave the European Union.
hief executives and chairmen would typically have preferred to remain in the EU, but have rapidly
Bank bosses find new opportunities despite the Brexit storm
SIR – Leaving the European Union will bring many changes, most likely including changes to immigration and free movement rules.
There is anxiety for the three million EU citizens who have made their homes in the UK, and the 1.2 million British citizens living in other EU countries. The Prime Minist
Letters: EU citizens who have already settled in Britain must be made to feel welcome
Brexit poll tracker

The UK will hold a referendum on June 23 to decide if it will stay in or leave the European Union. This page summarises the opinion polling on the matter.David Cameron has predicted an investment surge into Britain if the country votes on Thursday to stay in the EU. But he admitted: “It’s very close; nobody knows what’s going to happen.”

EU referendum poll of polls
The Bloomberg Brexit Tracker.
The referendum isn’t over yet. While investors piled into the British pound yesterday on a wave of optimism that “Remain” was on course to win, three polls published late Monday showed the race still too close to call. What’s more, billionaire George Soros said a “Leave” vote could cause the pound to plunge 20 percent or more. Yesterday’s euphoria in markets may well
The Bloomberg Brexit Tracker
The Economist’s “Brexit” poll-tracker.An average of the main polls of public opinion towards membership of the European Union
APRIL 15th saw the official launch of the campaign leading up to the referendum on Britain’s membership of the European Union on June 23rd. To help our readers keep abreast of national sentiment, The Economist has produced an interactive poll-tracker.
Britain’s EU referendum: The Economist’s “Brexit” poll-tracker | The Economist