Brexit watch: What you need to know

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by Management Today staff
Last Updated: 13 Sep 2019

13/09/2019

Only Plato can explain the Brexit court confusion

Three different courts have issued three different rulings over the PM’s decision to prorogue parliament. Quartz


12/09/2019

A no-deal Brexit won’t end uncertainty for businesses

"Just getting on with it" is not enough. The Conversation

Operation Yellowhammer document in full

The government has been forced to publish its no-deal assessment, read it here. UK Gov


11/09/2019

Judges rule prorogation of Parliament is unlawful

A Scottish court believes Boris Johnson mislead the Queen. BBC


10/09/2019

How a no-deal Brexit can still happen

Parliament’s law does not completely rule out the possibility of leaving the EU without a deal. BBC


09/09/2019

Bercow to stand down by October 31

The Speaker has been an essential part of MPs' plans to stop a no-deal Brexit. Sky News

The French could veto Brexit extension

Patience is wearing thing across the Channel. Reuters


06/09/2019

How "English" is an English breakfast?

Much of our fresh food comes from abroad. BBC


05/09/2019

"Chink of light for businesses"

As the pound rises, the CBI has welcomed MP's attempts to stop a no-deal Brexit. Sky News


04/09/2019

Government offers ports £10m for Brexit upgrades

English ports have until 6 September to bid in the Port Infrastructure Resilience and Connectivity (PIRC) competition. Supply Management


03/09/2019

5 things we learned about Brexit

Monday was dramatic to say the least. BBC

What next for the pound?

Sterling has dropped to its lowest sustained level since 1985. The Telegraph


02/09/2019

How will a no-deal hurt fintechs?

Firms may suffer passporting and recruitment issues in the short term. Business Insider

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