10 Exclusive pollBoris Johnson ‘has public’s support to shut down Parliament to get Brexit over line’

10 Exclusive pollBoris Johnson ‘has public’s support to shut down Parliament to get Brexit over line’

Exclusive pollBoris Johnson ‘has public’s support to shut down Parliament to get Brexit over line’ Johnson ‘has public’s support to shut down Parliament to get Brexit over line’

It’s the question on most house hunters’ lips: what would a no-deal Brexit mean for the property market?

Prime minister Boris Johnson has vowed to leave the EU “come what may” by October 31 – the date the UK must exit the EU whether a deal has been reached or not.

Bank of England governor Mark Carney has previously said that house prices could crash by a third if there is a no deal, while the Office for Budget Responsibility predicted that a no-deal Brexit would lead to house prices falling by almost 10pc by mid-2021.

Prime minister Boris Johnson has vowed to leave the EU “come what may” by October 31 – the date the UK must exit the EU whether a deal has been reached or not.

Bank of England governor Mark Carney has previously said that house prices could crash by a third if there is a no deal, while the Office for Budget Responsibility predicted that a no-deal Brexit would lead to house prices falling by almost 10pc by mid-2021. Bank of England governor Mark Carney has previously said that house prices could crash by a third if there is a no deal, while the Office for Budget Responsibility predicted that a no-deal Brexit would lead to house prices falling by almost 10pc by mid-2021.

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