Brexit: Brothers on opposing sides of debate show feelings still strong with three months to go

Two brothers on different sides of the Brexit debate have shown feelings remain strong on the issue with just three months until the key changes come into effect.

Ian Baxter voted to remain in the EU in the 2016 referendum, while his brother, Nigel Baxter, voted to leave.

Nigel, managing director of RH Commercial Vehicles – a large Renault truck dealer – believes the UK is “already seeing the benefits of leaving the EU”.

But Ian, chair of Baxter Freight, thinks the UK is already economically worse off and is now “far more desperate” to secure a trade agreement with other countries than they are with Britain.

As the Brexit transition period comes to an end in just over three months, the pair discussed how they feel about the country’s withdrawal from the bloc on the Sky News Daily podcast.

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