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Reflections on the election


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.

Professor Adrian Bell

Research Dean, Prosperity and Resilience

Dr Miriam Marra

Associate Professor of Finance
Published 16 December 2019
Business News

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