We hear from Europe only backward-looking stuff.
London's chief digital officer, Theo Blackwell, said: "London's science and tech sectors are some of the most innovative and exciting parts of our economy and are the rival of anywhere in the world for their dynamism and creativity".
However, his party's leader, Henry Bolton said UKIP opposes a second referendum.
"The outcomes after Brexit will depend on decisions which are yet to made".
In a statement the Europhile mayor accused the government of a "complete lack of preparation" in assessing the impact of Brexit, urging ministers to change their negotiating position and agree to remain in the single market and customs union.
Mr Farage said: "What is for certain is that the Cleggs, the Blairs, the Adonises will never ever, ever give up". Both sides are now in the process of deciding exactly what they want to get from the talks. And we may just finish the whole thing off.
But this is not a precise forecast, and there remain many factors that could change these scenarios for better or worse - not least the precise details of any deal negotiated with the European Union, or other countries.
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Britain's forthcoming exit from the European Union was the main reason for a 37 per cent decline in new jobs available in London's financial sector last month, according to a report from recruiting firm Morgan McKinley released on Thursday.
The European Union risks opening the door to another global financial crisis if it refuses to give London's bankers a good trade deal, two senior United Kingdom ministers said, as the finance industry emerged as a key battleground for Brexit talks.
Update: The UK will not pay for the City to have single market access after Brexit, Downing Street has said today, rejecting a German plan for the future of financial services.
"The figure you referred to was his "no deal" scenario".
There's no mention of Northern Ireland, or the Republic, in the study by Cambridge Econometrics.
Comparatively, maintaining the status quo would see migration falling from 232,000 in 2020 to 220,000 a decade later.
BRITAIN has already agreed free-trade deals in principle with dozens of non-EU countries - ready to take effect the day after Brexit Day in March 2019, an ex-minister has revealed.
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