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The UK and Multi-level Financial Regulation
This chapter uses the domestic political economy framework to consider the implications of Brexit for UK financial regulation. It outlines the likely future UK–EU relationship by analysing the preferences, role, and influence of key domestic groups on Brexit, and by assessing the EU's framework for managing relations with third countries. We argue that elected officials pursued a 'hard' Brexit position in response to parliamentary constraints and pressure from financial regulators to avoiddoi:10.1093/oso/9780198828952.003.0009 fatcat:w7kk4dmeqjfpzeder5mhmyy3fm