Investors have shunned UK stocks ever since the country voted to leave the European Union, with more than £1.8bn flowing from the Investment Association's UK All Companies sector in 2017 alone, writes River & Mercantile's Hugh Sergeant.
While Brexit and the prospect of a Jeremy Corbyn-led Labour government remain threats to the UK market, they have also made UK stocks the cheapest in the world on current valuations. Tackling Brexit...
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