Trips over Border jump 30pc since Brexit vote
Published 04/11/2016 | 02:30
Traffic heading over the Border has soared by almost 30pc on Saturday mornings since the Brexit vote.
But Sterling surged to a four-week high yesterday after England's High Court ruled Prime Minister Theresa May's government needed parliamentary approval to trigger Brexit.
The judgment deepened Britain's divide over Europe, raising hopes among pro-EU politicians that they can soften the terms of the withdrawal.
Anti-EU campaigners said any attempt to hold back would be a betrayal of the Brexit vote.
Meanwhile, new research shows a link between the value of Sterling and traffic heading North. The largest increase is seen on Saturdays, between 10am-11am, with traffic up 29pc year-on-year.