Hope for the best, but prepare for the worst

Businesses can take some key steps to prepare – but ratification of the Brexit withdrawal deal would be a huge relief, writes Siobhán Maguire

17th February, 2019

Negotiations on Brexit continued last week, with Theresa May, the British prime minister, setting out plans to bypass Commons rules in a bid to get a deal ratified in time for the March 29 deadline.

Uncertainty hangs in the air over the type of deal that will be secured and its implications for those trading with Britain, but Ireland has been busy with its own protective measures in the event of any upheavals in trade links.

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