Assessing Local Elections For Brexit Poll Signals
If Britain is a country of the brink of a revolutionary vote to defy its leaders and leave the European Union, there was little evidence of it in elections held Thursday. Votes for local and regional government across the country, the largest single test of public opinion outside a general election, left little changed. David Cameron’s Conservatives even appeared to be on the brink of gaining a handful of council seats, an astonishing achievement in elections that voters usually use to kick the government. RMG Wealth Management CIO Stewart Richardson and Bloomberg's Rob Hutton discuss with Francine Lacqua on "The Pulse."