The ramifications of the referendum decision the country made on Thursday 23 June will be felt for generations to come. Nobody knows for certain what will happen, which for many, no matter which way they voted, will be a concerning prospect.
As we were woken up to the news that Britain has voted to leave the EU, we can only ask ourselves what the future will hold for us as a nation.
With the ink only just starting to dry on the Electoral Commission’s official document, Real Business cuts through the noise by analysing what business leaders can expect in the coming weeks and years.
The British public have expressed a clear wish to leave the European Union, despite warnings from economists that such a decision could wreak havoc on the business climate.
With the results of the European referendum decision close at hand, both in and out campaigners have worked hard to sway the British public into their way of thinking – with the latest polls still holding strong on a pretty even split.
We have all known for years that most main party leaders are given to manipulating facts and figures to suit themselves. Never, till this vicious back biting, cat fight of an election has it been so starkly revealed that we can barely trust a single word that comes out of their mouths.
The subject of the EU referendum is borderline inescapable, and if you’re an undecided business owner, it’s easy to feel a little overwhelmed by both sides of the debate. Where both Leave and Remain are concerned, argument has taken a backseat to rhetoric.
The EU referendum will take place on 23 June and with the clock ticking before voters must have their minds made up on the decision to vote to leave or remain in the European Union, we’ve wrapped up our findings from the Sage Debate EU – including one small business owner’s recommendations that we remain.
The UK is about to make the decision of a lifetime, the EU referendum has been on the mind of businesses no matter their size. 80 FTSE companies have backed the campaign to stay, but what is the impact of the Brexit conversation on the true engine behind the economy: SMEs?
Would-be US president and hospitality magnate Donald Trump is preparing for a visit to UK shores to launch his new Scottish property, but one growing UK travel company has taken a bold stand against the billionaire businessman as he has proven to be toxic for the business.
Fresh from Richard Branson launching a Vote Remain campaign ahead of the EU referendum on 23 June, football star-cum-model David Beckham has backed the Virgin businessman and sounded off his reasons in a unique fashion.
When Napoleon called Britain a nation of shopkeepers, I have a feeling the British were secretly rather pleased. Trade has always been important to us and it’s a key part of the UK’s love/hate relationship with the EU.