Truckloads of concerns: what comes next after Brexit?
Despite reports of progress in the trade negotiations between the EU and Britain, and extensive Brexit preparations here, in reality, businesses on both sides of the border are facing an uncertain New Year
Given that he served as Britain’s ambassador to the US in the mid-1990s and managed the Foreign Office for five years after that, John Kerr’s curriculum vitae makes for impressive reading.
Now a leading figure in the House of Lords, he acknowledges that he’ll probably go down in history as the man who drafted the now infamous Article 50, the mechanism by which member states can leave the European Union....
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