No-deal Brexit would 'push national debt to levels last seen in 60s'

IFS says public borrowing will more than double next year
whatever the Brexit result

Emergency tax cuts and higher public spending to offset the
impact of a no-deal Brexit
would send government debt to its highest level in more than half a
century, according to Britain’s leading experts on the public
finances.

The Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) said the scale of the
government response required to firefight a flatlining economy in
the event of a disorderly departure from the EU would come with a
hefty price tag for the public purse.

Source: FS – All-News2-Economy
No-deal Brexit would 'push national debt to levels last seen in 60s'