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The head of the IMF did not rule out the "black scenario" for London after Brexit

The head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Christine Lagarde, warned that a black scenario could be realized in the UK economy if a country leaves the European Union without a deal.
According to her, the IMF, after assessing the country's economic situation, provided London with three scenarios for the development of the situation. Among them was the base (most are inclined) and "black", signs of which are already observed.
As noted by the head of the fund, it became clear that there would be more losses as a result of Brexit than it had ever been mentioned.
The UK will leave the EU on March 29, 2019. So far, the transition period, which is planned to be organized in relations between the EU and Britain in the event of an agreement on Brexit terms, is set at 21 months - until the beginning of 2021.
Next Tuesday, the British Parliament will vote on the Brexit agreement. It is likely that the UK will leave the EU without an agreement if it is not approved. According to many experts, this could be an economic disaster for the country. The document, which Prime Minister Theresa May calls the “best possible deal,” is criticized by both the opposition and the conservatives themselves.