Remain and the Treasury like to attribute all market moves to hopes and fears of Brexit. They should be thrilled to be proved wrong on government interest rates. They said they would go up if Brexit seemed likely. Instead, as pro Brexit polls have improved since the turn of the year UK government borrowing rates have plunged. The 10 year rate is down from 2 % to 1.2%, a fall of 40 %. Bond prices have surged.
Trying to talk us into higher rates has not worked.