'There are rumours that almost whichever way Brexit goes it will be bad news'
The British government is due to publish its economic analysis on the long-term effects of Brexit.
Experts say Brexit will make the country poorer than it would be staying in the European Union.
Xolani Gwala spoke to UK correspondent Gavin grey about the latest development.
At the moment there are rumours that almost whichever way it goes it will be bad news.Gavin Grey, UK Correspondent
The clock is ticking. We are due to leave at the end of March. It would be very difficult to organise a referendum.Gavin Grey, UK Correspondent
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