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Simon Tilford and John Springford discuss the value of sterling and the impact on the economy and British politics.
The 2008 devaluation did not prompt strong growth in British exports. The post-referendum fall in the pound is unlikely to do so either.
With Markus Brunnermeier and Harold James
The British government needs to understand why the 27 are taking a hard line on Brexit, and then work hard to secure their goodwill.
Speakers included: Jean-Christophe Belliard, Lütfi Elvan, Espen Barth Eide, Gilles de Kerchove, Alexander Graf Lambsdorf and Ahmet Yıldız.
- Why a hard Brexit looks likely, John Springford
- Brexit will make Britain's mediocre economic record worse, Simon Tilford
- Europe and its South China Sea dilemma, Rem Korteweg