Reality dawns for business as No Deal Brexit approaches
6th September 2020 by

I warned before the June 2016 Brexit referendum that Brexit was all about politics, and Boris Johnso...

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Merkel warns of need to prepare for No Deal Brexit
5th July 2020 by

Most people missed the fact that last Tuesday was the last possible date to delay the UK’s exi...

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Your A to Z Guide to the Brexit trade negotiations
2nd February 2020 by

A. Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty set out the rules for leaving the European Union. As with most ne...

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Contingency planning is essential in 2020 as “synchronised slowdown” continues
12th January 2020 by

The IMF has now confirmed that the world economy has moved into the synchronised slowdown that I for...

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Boris Johnson will have to disappoint someone in 2020 as the UK finally leaves the EU
15th December 2019 by

Finally, after three and a half years, the UK has reached “the end of the beginning” wit...

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What’s next for Brexit and chemicals?
4th December 2019 by

The UK is about to go to the polls again to try and decide the Brexit issue.  Chemicals will be one...

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UK election offers voters no middle ground in December
3rd November 2019 by

Pity the poor UK voters as they prepare to vote in probably the most critical election of their live...

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No Deal Brexit still a likely option if opposition parties fail to support a new referendum
15th September 2019 by

Canada’s normally pro-UK ‘Globe and Mail’ summed up the prevailing external view of Brexit las...

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UK, EU27 and EEA businesses need to start planning for a No Deal Brexit on 31 October
28th July 2019 by

New UK premier, Boris Johnson, said last week that the UK must leave the EU by 31 October, “do or ...

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Wishful thinking dominates Brexit debate as the UK heads towards No Deal on 31 October
2nd June 2019 by

One of the best things I learned at school was the simple mnemonic: “To ASSUME can make an ASS...

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