• Lionel Pavey

What happens the morning after?

Updated: Jan 3, 2018

On the 23rd June 2016, Britain voted via a referendum to leave the EU. On the 29th March 2017 they invoked Article 50 starting the process to leave the EU, meaning they should leave on the 29th March 2019. Between now and then, negotiations are taking place between Whitehall and Brussels to agree the terms of Brexit. But what are the consequences if there is no agreement by the 29th March 2019?

I intend to post a series of articles informing you of the different scenarios; hard or soft Brexit; trade agreement or not; worst case scenarios etc.

It is not just the cost of goods to consider - transport infrastructure will have a large impact on shipping times and profitability. Come back regularly for updates and new information.


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