Regional breakdown of Brexit economic impact studies

Here is a regional breakdown of forecast hits to economic growth under different Brexit outcomes in studies prepared by the Department for Exiting the European Union and read under controlled conditions by MPs:

East Midlands

Single Market - 1.8%

Free Trade Deal - 5%

No Deal - 8.5%

Eastern

Single Market - 1.8%

Free Trade - 5%

No Deal - 8%

London

Single Market - 1%

Free Trade - 2%

No Deal - 3.5%

North East

Single Market - 3%

Free Trade - 11%

No Deal - 16%

North West

Single Market - 2.5%

Free Trade - 8%

No Deal - 12%

South East

Single Market - 1.5%

Free Trade - 4.5%

No Deal - 7.5%

South West

Single Market - 1%

Free Trade - 2%

No Deal - 5%

West Midlands

Single Market - 2.5%

Free Trade - 8%

No Deal - 13%

Yorkshire and Humber

Single Market - 1.5%

Free Trade - 5%

No Deal - 7%

Northern Ireland

Single Market - 2.5%

Free Trade - 8%

No Deal - 12%

Scotland

Single Market - 2.5%

Free Trade - 6%

No Deal - 9%

Wales

Single Market - 1.5%

Free Trade - 5.5%

No Deal - 9.5%

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