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Brexit transitional period/ after brexit watch

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    Will there be a transitional period? Are there too many red line for a deal to happen?

    If brexit happens and there is no deal, will there still be manufacturer jobs in the U.k? What will happen to the supply chain? The EU do not want the UK to lower taxes or do anything that gives them a competitive advantage over the EU but then the EU does not give us any favours in return.

    Bit of a tall order for us to fill when not even the negotiating parties have the answers to your questions. Immigration/freedom of movement is probably a red line for the UK and as a consequence we will be out of the common market.

    All great questions. It is interesting to see that big business (especially manufacturing) are now becoming pretty vocal about having some sort of deal in place. And rather bizarre that places like Sunderland that depend so heavily on manufacturers like Nissan voted to leave. Its all about the economy stupid!
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