As an entrepreneur and business owner who championed remaining, Charlie Mullins firmly believes the Brexit plan must encourage collaboration with the EU.
Judging by this week’s omnishambles Budget, the Treasury would indeed be more at home with Jeremy Corbyn.
As the triggering of Article 50 gathers steam, Gina Miller told the First Women Summit that they must never be afraid to have ambition and display power.
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The events of 2016 created a great deal of uncertainty, so it’s important to focus on the things SMEs can do now to manage impending legislation and, ultimately, make life easier in the coming year.
With Article 50 and Brexit uncertainty continuing in 2017, the UK’s SMEs have weathered many an economic storm over the past decade.
With 2017 upon us, will Theresa May have the courage to wake the nation from its slumber? It’s a question the City Grump has set out to answer.
The uncertainty surrounding Brexit – exactly when the government will invoke Article 50 and what sort of deal the UK will get from the EU – is causing many SMEs to look beyond the historically easy pickings of the EU and towards the wider world for international trade.
Thursday 3 November marks the day three judges ruled that the government cannot trigger Article 50, suggesting prime minister Theresa May has to ask parliament for permission before the UK can truly leave the EU.