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The tax implications of Brexit

As proceedings hot up in the wake of Article 50 being triggered, things are very likely to look a lot different a year from now, writes Brian Keegan

2nd April, 2017

A speech made by the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier last week, at a European Parliament committee, was reported in many quarters as posing a threat to Britain.

Barnier raised the possibility of an increasingly isolated Britain suffering long queues of lorries at Dover, significant air traffic disruption, great uncertainty by its citizens about their residence rights, and Britain’s electricity industry unable to source fuel for its nuclear reactors. With something approaching...

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