Money British companies plead for a Brexit with agreement
Brexit: Should we expect a deal on the cheap?
© cranach / Getty images Brexit: should we expect a deal at a discount? In view of the continuing rift between the UK and the EU over their post-Brexit relationship, the scenario of a low-cost deal is hanging in the air, Judge Christopher Dembik, head of macroeconomic research at Saxo Bank.
Negotiations between the European Union and the United Kingdom are slipping, with less than three months of a difficult Brexit. Boris Johnson threatened Friday (October 16th) to end talks with EU negotiators. A threat certainly tempered today by Michael Gove, the British Secretary of State, who ensures that the door remains ajar. But this lying poker game is seriously worrying British companies, who are once again calling on politicians to return to the negotiating table.
Great Britain prepares entrepreneurs for "No Deal" Brexit
Negotiations with the EU are stalling and the time for a regulated Brexit is running out rapidly. The government is now writing to around 200,000 dealers - with a clear message. © Peter Nicholls / REUTERS This Monday another attempt is to start to lead the talks between Great Britain and the EU on a successful path. In return, EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier travels to London for talks.
Seventy UK business groups, representing seven million jobs in the automotive, aviation, chemicals, agriculture, pharmaceuticals, technology and even financial services sectors , warn in the Financial Timeswhich would have serious consequences for jobs and investments.
These groups of professional organizations, nearly 200,000 companies and SMEs, warn that they are not ready to face new administrative formalities and new expenses related to the change of trade rules with the European Union , as they already struggle to survive the coronavirus pandemic.
All are calling for an ambitiousto be found with the European Union to remove the threat of tariffs and quotas penalizing investments. A vital necessity, these companies insist, to restore confidence in the service industry which accounts for 80% of the UK economy.
Brexit: London demands a change of position from Brussels .
GB-UNION-JOHNSON: Brexit: London demands a change of position from Brussels © Reuters / Dado Ruvic BREXIT: LONDON DEMANDS A CHANGE OF POSITION OF BRUSSELS LONDON (Reuters - The British government's negotiations with the European Union on future trade relations after Brexit are over, Boris Johnson's spokesman said on Friday, if Brussels does not change its position.