A Tory election victory will unleash years of pent-up spending but a tight Brexit deadline will limit options Here comes the Boris bounce. Stock markets and the economy are likely to surge the other side of the election, but don’t celebrate too soon; hardline Brexiteers may not like what such an uplift implies. It is still possible to argue about the size, but barring a major upset over the next six days, some sort of a Boris Johnson majority already looks baked in. A number of positive economic effects flow from this result. First, and perhaps most importantly, it removes the threat of an economically destructive Corbyn government, together with the menace of higher corporation tax and the…
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