Brexit Politics to Keep Markets Volatile, Says O'Sullivan
The last time Theresa May took on Michael Gove, she emerged as the winner. Two years after a clash over extremism in schools that contributed to Gove being fired as education secretary, the two are locking swords again as the vicar’s daughter takes on the adopted son of a fish merchant for the office of prime minister. Gove and May are the favorites to succeed David Cameron as Conservative leader and premier after his defeat in the European Union referendum forced his resignation. While they were on opposite sides of the Brexit campaign, both will now be running on a similar platform, committed to respecting Britons’ wish to leave the EU. May has ruled out an early general election. Credit Suisse Chief Investment Officer for UK & EEMEA Michael O'Sullivan discusses with Bloomberg's Anna Edwards on "Countdown."
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