Ben Page

Brits are worried that the economy will tank – but still wouldn’t trust Labour with it

Amid all the fun and games of the EU referendum campaign, the polls suggest that economic anxiety is growing, along with concern about the government’s economic management. Voters are worried, but they don’t think Labour would do any better.

Economic optimism has fallen to its lowest level since March 2013, and only 18 per cent believe the economy will improve over the next year.

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