With the Conservative party securing its biggest majority since the 1980s in the General Election 2019, what does this now mean and what will happen next?
Professor Adrian Bell said: 'Historians can draw on the 1980s when thinking about what follows'.
Dr Miriam Marra said: 'Market stability will depend on further negotiations and deals'.
Read the full piece here to find out more about their views and the views of other Henley Business School academics.
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