On the 23rd June 2016, Britain voted to leave the EU with a 51.9% majority.
It’s been a tough road since; David Cameron stepped down as prime minister and Theresa May took over and pressed the Article 50 button on the 29th March 2017. Since then, questions surrounding the future of Britain’s relationship with the EU have been on everyone’s lips. Trade, migration and the controversial question of the Irish border have caused cross-party and even inner-party squabbles. But as Brexit approaches the finish line, how will the pound be affected?
We have created a simple breakdown of key dates of negotiation and discussion and how these events may affect the pound from now until the 29th March 2019, when Britain will officially leave the EU.