“There is no doubt there would be a huge hit on the sterling exchange rate and on the stock market the day after [a Leave vote] and there would be huge uncertainty. “Individual sectors would be hurt more than others. Large numbers of people from overseas work here in the domestic travel sector. It helps with wage costs, but there is also a supply issue. There would clearly be an impact. The supply of overseas labour would stop.” Huddleston says: “I’m convinced we would negotiate a deal with the EU and the only way to get good terms would be to accept some version of freedom of movement. That is a good thing. The Leave side is being naive [if it thinks we won’t]. But there would be at least a temporary period of uncertainty and it would make the UK less attractive for some EU residents. Get the full story at Travel Weekly