Tag: <span>Brexit</span>

It’s safe to say Brexit has become the absolute shambles we all feared it would. Not only is the uncertainty driving big businesses away from the UK, Parliament seems to be at a stage where divisions are so great, and the waters so muddied, that it can’t agree on anything, including its own motions – on Wednesday, the Prime Minister actually whipped against her own motion, and still lost.

So where do we go from here? And what’s the problem with a no-deal Brexit anyway?

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Trading on WTO rules is cited as one the main problems the UK will have to deal with if it leaves the EU without securing a deal – but what exactly are these rules? And would it be such a disaster?

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Following last week’s staggering situation where we had the Prime Minister urge Parliament to vote against her EU exit deal, so she could go back to the negotiating table in Brussels, the Brexit clock continues to count down towards no deal.

And now that Nissan has cited all this Brexit uncertainty as the reason behind its decision to pull a lucrative contract from its main UK plant in Sunderland, not to mention the other businesses who are moving from the UK or scaling back operations, it looks like it could be bad news for business.

Here’s how a conference call could help solve at least some of your potential Brexit-based business woes.

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There are few things that polarise the nation quite like Brexit – but no matter what side of the fence you sit on, there’s no denying that the UK’s exit from the EU will affect the value of the pound.

Here’s the story so far…

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Theresa May, the UK Prime Minister, has held a conference call with her cabinet ministers in an attempt to get fresh backing for her Brexit deal, before it is again voted on in Parliament next week.

The PM is due to outline her latest EU withdrawal plan when she updates the House of Commons later today.

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