Conduct a Brexit audit & contingency plan to counter uncertainty says BLM partner Jonathan Askin
With a General Election pending on December 12, what will constitute ‘Brexit’ has never been so uncertain. The three main political parties are all offering very different outcomes: a revised deal; a people’s vote on a further revised deal; and complete revocation of Article 50 - each one painting a very different Brexit scenario for those running businesses across the UK. Businesses should be carrying out a Brexit audit and ensuring that a Brexit contingency plan is in place.
Brexit Audit: fig 1
Brexit Contingency Plan: fig 2
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