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A No-Deal Brexit is rejected by MPs like Tim Loughton


On Tuesday, two days before our Government had its final deadline to strike a deal with the EU (which they failed to achieve) a number of MPs including three from Sussex took part in the second reading of the National … Continue reading

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Time is running out for businesses to prepare


It is clearly important for people involved in businesses to try to understand what is about to happen as we leave the EU at Midnight on the 31st December 2020. Clearly there are some challenges. The news report shown here … Continue reading

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How close to solving the problem are we?


Over the last few days I have seen a number of pieces being posted on the internet about the future of our economy beyond the 31st December and the prospects of trade deals. This image was published just over two … Continue reading

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The importance of New Zealand


Although I have friends living in both Australia and New Zealand I confess if faced with the opportunity to travel to either nation, I would choose New Zealand. Its culture is deemed by many commentators to be some 20 years … Continue reading

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Boris and the Commonwealth


As we approach the referendum over our membership of the EU, there are discussions taking place in some of the newspapers regarding who will lead the campaign to take us out of that most dreadful of institutions. Boris Johnson is … Continue reading

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