Budget 2020: Preparation is key to Brexit survival
While it may seem difficult to plan for the unknown, there are plenty of simple steps businesses can take to prepare for a no-deal Brexit which will also leave them better placed if there is a deal
In the Minister for Finance’s words, this was a budget prepared “in the shadow of Brexit” with no deal as the government’s central assumption.
This does not mean a no-deal outcome is inevitable, as reflected in Paschal Donohoe’s speech. However, a no-deal Brexit taking place on October 31 or at a later date remains a real and imminent threat reflected in the government’s approach to the budget....
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