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It is our third election in four years, and understandably, people are weary. Brenda from Bristol now represents more of the electorate than any single political party could ever hope for. But, take out the meaningless soundbites and the political point-scoring over pointing out who is political point-scoring and elections can be quite fascinating barometers of public opinion.

Fane International looking outside of the EU for post-Brexit opportunities

The Brexit conundrum will apply to none more than those firms who do the majority of their business abroad through import and export of goods. Boris Johnson’s new Withdrawal Agreement paves the way for a free-trade agreement with Europe to be negotiated, as well as the possibilities to strike new, meaningful trade deals with other nations.

How Brexit could provide opportunities for tech firms like Exensor Technology

The uncertainty of how Brexit will impact business when the UK leaves the EU is well-documented. Some business leaders see the UK’s departure from the bloc as a hindrance, particularly those who trade in Europe, whereas others are looking to capitalise on the opportunities that arise from it.

How companies can learn from Global Insulation Logistics' international business model

Whatever a person's views on Brexit, canny business owners will see an opportunity to flex their international credentials by appealing to new markets. Free trade on services will be a priority for whichever party forms a government in December. Statistics show that UK services stagnated in October 2019 as Brexit was delayed once again, and as has been widely reported one of the key issues crippling British business at present is that uncertainty about the future relationship not just with the European Union, but countries outside of the bloc as well. The UK’s private sector has contracted in four of the past five months in the wider service industry.

Latent potential lies in mid-market industrial businesses, say a2e

Recent stockpiling in preparation for the now-altered Brexit deadline of the 31st of March led to an artificial jump in order demand in the manufacturing world. The HIS Markit/CIPS UK Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index rose across October, although still remains ultimately in contraction, as it has for the last six months.

Conservatives announce new ‘NHS visa’ scheme ahead of election

The Conservatives have said that their proposed ‘NHS visa’ will make it easier for doctors and nurses from other countries to come and work in the UK post-Brexit, should the party win December’s general election.

Swinson: UK will gain £10 billion each year if if remains in the EU

Jo Swinson, leader of the Liberal Democrats, is set to announce the financial benefits of remaining in the European Union at the party’s campaign launch.

NIESR: New Brexit deal to lower GDP by 3.5 per cent over ten years

The new Withdrawal Agreement will see the UK GDP decrease by 3.5 per cent in a decade, according to a study compiled by the National Institute of Economic and Social Research into how Brexit will impact the economy.

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