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Brexit is, well maybe, probably, almost definitely happening

Here’s what your business needs to do to prepare

After over two years of uncertainty concerning the UK’s departure from the European Union, Brexit is finally due to happen on 31 October. We are still no clearer on whether the UK government will be able to negotiate a deal, or we leave with a no-deal Brexit. Either way one thing is for sure – if you’re a UK business trading within the EU and/or the rest of the world,

The impact of Brexit

Business at cross-channel and European freight forwarder France Line International Transport remains buoyant, despite the frustrating, ongoing uncertainty over Brexit – an uncertainty that is unquestionably now harming UK competitiveness, says managing director Marie Boyer. Healthy trading figures along with ongoing development and growth of new services contributed to France Line being voted Best European Road Freight Specialist 2019 and Recognised Leaders in Specialist Cross-Channel Freight Services 2019 at the SME News 2019 Transport Awards. A recognition of France Line’s diligence and hard work.

Planning on driving abroad?

The Green Card explained.
In the event of no-deal Brexit, UK motorists planning on driving in Europe will need a Green Card. Use our handy guide to ensure you’re well in the know.

What is the Green Card and why do I need it?
The Green Card is an internationally accepted document which proves that you have valid insurance to drive your car abroad. If there is a no-deal EU exit, it will be illegal for UK motorists to drive in Europe without it,

It’s a great time to start exporting

At the time of writing this piece, I have absolutely no idea what is going to happen with Brexit and nor, I suspect, does anyone else, including the Government. So, I can understand if you are mystified by my headline!

What makes this a great time to start exporting?
“The ongoing, obsessive, Brexit confusion has so dominated the agenda of public discourse that it has absorbed the oxygen of opportunity. Whilst Brexit is perhaps the most important constitutional change in a generation,

Brexit – what happens next?

The Brexit story is certainly picking up momentum. In our last edition we featured comments and views from Greater Manchester-based Economist Dr John Ashcroft. In this edition we follow John’s insights with Edwina Currie’s observations on the subject.

Edwina is a graduate of Oxford and the LSE and taught economics, economic history and business studies before serving as MP for South Derbyshire for 14 years. From there she went to the top of the political tree holding a high profile position in Margaret Thatcher’s government.

No deal Brexit, will it create another recession?

John Ashcroft, Economist and author of The Saturday Economist, weighs up the evidence.
Britain faces a ‘devastating recession’, a plunging pound and soaring prices if a ‘No deal Brexit’ takes place, according to a recent analysis from ratings agency Moody’s.

Here’s how that works out… In the event of no agreement to an orderly exit from the EU, the UK would face a considerable crisis of confidence leading to a fall in output.

Is this likely?