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Let’s face it: today’s infrastructure development is primarily shaped by costs.
With the latest Brexit developments – what is next for UK infrastructure?
Prime Minister David Cameron has resigned and Theresa May is the United Kingdom’s new leader. With several twists and turns over the past few weeks, Brexit has already had a dramatic impact on British politics. We focus on what it might mean for UK infrastructure.
Read our latest Foresight article on the implications of Brexit.
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