According to a YouGov poll conducted on behalf of the "Best for Britain" campaign, public opinion seems to be warming to the idea of a second referendum: 36% believe the United Kingdom should get on with Brexit, but 44% want a second vote.
Robina Barker Bennett, Managing Director, Head of Financial Institutions, Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking, said: "As the biggest industry in the United Kingdom, the financial services sector is a crucial bellwether for the nation's economic prospects".
"Put simply, for the majority of businesses, diverging from European Union rules and regulations will make them less globally competitive, and so should only be done where the evidence is clear that the benefits outweigh the costs".
For the first time, the broader public appear to have backed a second referendum, with 44 percent of people calling for a vote on Prime Minister Theresa May's final agreement with the EU.
Nearly half the respondents* (48 per cent) say this is the aspect of the UK's exit from the EU that would cause them the most concern if not agreed during 2018; while a quarter (25 per cent) highlight regulation and regulatory equivalence, and one in ten (10 per cent) mention worries about a UK-EU trade deal.
Mrs May has identified chemicals, medicines and aerospace as industries where Britain will want to remain close to the European Union, while singling out fisheries and agriculture as potential areas for divergence.
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FINANCIAL services firms are anxious about prospects for the United Kingdom economy, with Brexit remaining the biggest risk, a study shows. Those views are supported by the CBI's findings.
"Deviation from rules in one sector will have a knock-on effect on businesses in others, and divergence from rules in one part of a production process will have consequences for market access throughout entire supply chains".
They also want answers on children's rights, communications plans and protection from the hostile environment policy the Home Office operates for migrants it wants to deport.
The CBI's 100-page report, called Smooth Operations, followed thousands of conversations between the lobby group and its members over six months.
The report shows that firms across the sector are concerned about prospects for the United Kingdom economy over the coming year, in particular when compared to the outlook for other G7 nations, although on balance most firms expect the economy to remain resilient overall.