How likely is Plan A to come to fruition? And what impact will Plan B have on UK businesses? Let’s look at what lies ahead in the coming months.
Elections for the European Parliament are upon us. Prime Minister May has announced that the UK will participate. Given that the country was supposed to have left the EU on 29 March this is a rather extraordinary turn of events.
As 2019 continues the old Brexit terms, such as four freedoms, customs union, free movement, Withdrawal Agreement and backstop, are increasingly being sidelined.
This time last week No 10 were briefing the press on the aggressive tactics planned to be deployed (if needed) by UK Prime Minister Theresa May to restore collective responsibility and rally her cabinet behind her Brexit vision.
The EU is quietly but surely progressing with its Brexit preparations.
Brexit will have many impacts. But perhaps one of the most significant ones concerns the only physical frontier between the UK and the EU.
This week is turning out to be a beast of a week for Brexit.
In October this year Prime Minster Theresa May appeared confident about developing a deep and special partnership with the EU – stating plainly “the ball’s in your court”.
Juncker, May, Macron, Merkel, May again. They have all said a lot about Europe in recent days.
So 13 months after the Referendum and four months after the triggering of Article 50, we have just under 20 months left until Exit Day.