Could the Brexit related chaos in Westminster lead to an eventual Labour victory in the polls? What would this mean for UK business?
Our resident current-affairs grumbler keeps us up to date with the dramatic antics of the conservative party, including whether Brexit really means Brexit, and if globe-stopping chaos will ensue if a no-deal Brexit happens, and, most importantly, if Theresa May is in fact, a robot, or should we say, maybot!? The City Grump returns to Real Business to dish the hilarious dirt on contemporary business and politics in the slow lead up to Brexit.
With the threat of a ?no-deal? Brexit now a strong possibility, some companies are focused on continuing business as usual and ignoring the risk, whilst others are understandably putting off entering into new material contracts. Either course presents adverse financial consequences and begs the question, can a company protect its investment by use of Brexit clauses?
The UK government is preparing for a possible no-deal Brexit, and so should its resident exporters. Failing to get their paperwork ready could mean fines from EU clients and terminations of trade contracts. Furthermore, exporters risk damaging relations with UK suppliers, who will also face the reverberations via delayed payments.
New research highlights a black-hole in liabilities cover in businesses, and this could be fatal following a ‘no-deal’ Brexit.
Guy Wilmot unveils what impact a no deal Brexit could have on intellectual property – and why/how the UK can remain a centre of creative excellence.