Britons are preparing for their third election in four years, in an effort to break the Brexit impasse in parliament. While the pending exit from the EU has cast a shadow over the campaign trail, alarm bells are sounding about the state of the British economy. Business investment and GDP growth are slow, despite a robust labour market and healthy consumer spending. In this week's special show, Simon French, chief economist at Panmure Gordon, breaks down the Brexit effect and the parties' campaign pledges.

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