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Brexit guidance for UK small businesses

The UK left the European Union on 31 January 2020, with the transition period coming to an end on 31 December 2020. The implications of Brexit are far reaching for UK small businesses and the recently agreed trade deal details new rules for “living, working and trading together”. We’ve collated guidance from the Informi website and elsewhere to help you adapt to the new rules. 

21 ways the Brexit trade deal could affect your business

It went right to the wire, as many predicted, but the UK and EU agreed a trade deal on 24 December 2020, described by the UK government as “preserving its zero-tariff and zero-quota access to the bloc’s [EU’s] single market”.

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6 opportunities for British business post-Brexit

Brexit has the potential to radically transform the UK economy and, in turn, its businesses. Whilst much of the talk over the last few years has centred on ways to prepare for disruption and uncertainty, what are the opportunities that may lie ahead?

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