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Stakeholders say on May intention: Brexit

We are a few weeks away from Brexit implementation and all eyes on its execution to happen smooth and in the best interest of both sides. May in rush to bring both sides on board but facing some unexpected situation from both sides.

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Here are some thoughts from various sides opposition, EU members and other stakeholders. What they have to say on May intention

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Business chain operating all around Europe will have to revise the prices, all the traders will have to give tax before selling goods unlike they used to do before.

Options for May to take Britain out of EU

There will be a huge impact on business in case the UK leaves without a deal from EU and not only May is concerned about the circumstances but her MP’s too. Whether it’s traveling for work or leisure it will be affected. The airline’s rates will surely go high in case no deal.

Travel advice for travelers in case no deal happens

Opposition in a sure mood of delay: Brexit  

John pinching May Government to delay in Br exit date in case no deal

What May is facing back to back which she never expected

No Br exit would be a heavy cost on business: Warns Opposition

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I always wish to be in the same division lobby as the leader of the Conservative Party. I wish to be a loyal and dutiful supporter of the party I have belonged to for many years.” “This deal does not deliver Brexit. It has more than one problem but overwhelming the biggest problem is the backstop.” “As long as that backstop is there I will not vote for this deal.” He said the only way to secure legally binding concessions was to reopen the Withdrawal Agreement.

 

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