Ukie's No Deal Brexit Survival Guide
UK Finance has launched a national campaign today encouraging small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to prepare for the potential changes and opportunitis from the UK's departure from the EU. The "Lets Talk Business" camapign is supported by leading business organisations including the Federation of Small Businesses, (FSB), British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) and the Confederation of British Industry (CBI).
Defeat on the Brexit Deal and a slim victory for PM: Ukie Statement
Right from the start, we have called for clarity and certainty over business arrangements after we leave the EU. After the Government’s defeat on the Brexit deal and subsequent slim victory in the vote of confidence in Parliament this week the threat of a No-Deal still remains and should be categorically ruled out as an option.
Since the referendum Ukie have repeatedly and consistently stressed the importance of securing a data adequacy agreement to ensure the free flow of data between the EU and UK. Yesterday in the House of Commons the Minister for Digital made a troubling admission. In a European Committee meeting regarding the exchange of data with non-EU Countries Labour MP and shadow Culture Secretary Liam Byrne asked the Minister:
No-deal papers highlight pressing need for certainty on talent and data