What do our experts think?
Following the UK’s referendum decision to leave the EU, our sector, tax and VAT experts have been discussing the potential implications in a series of blogs.
There are undoubtedly some important months ahead as the implications are fully understood. We will continue to monitor the situation and will keep you updated with our views and insights as we move forward, helping you navigate the new conditions and opportunities as they become apparent.
Click on the links below to read our experts’ opinion:
At 11pm on 31st January 2020, the UK ceased to be a member of the European Union. This isn’t fresh news, and yet we still all face the uncertainty that has existed since the vote in 2016, whichever side you were on.
The Government is taking steps to assist businesses that import goods from Europe by introducing Transitional Simplified Procedures and offering grants towards relevant staff training and appropriate software.
Contingency planning for the potential impact of a no-deal Brexit involves looking at some of the social security and healthcare arrangements we take for granted – you really don’t know what you’ve got until it’s gone!
SMMT announced in advance of the referendum that 77% of UK car companies were convinced that an exit from the EU would have a negative impact on their business. Automotive specialist, Paul Daly, shares his views.
Allan Hickie, head of our academy schools sector, looks at the potential impact of Brexit on the education sector and discusses whether the outcome is likely to affect the Government’s education policies.