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Author: Tom Keene

Brexit Pt.2: So, When Are We Leaving The EU?

  We are now just under 10 weeks away from 23:00 on 29th March 2019; the time at which the UK is scheduled to leave the European Union. So, we must know broadly what will have changed by the time we reach our desks at 09:00 on 1st April? Frankly at the current rate of Government defeats in Parliament, in-fighting within both the governing and opposition parties and increasing pressure being applied by the representatives of the individual countries forming the UK, the first half of this Article may have changed by the time the final word is written.   The Prime Minister...

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Brexit Pt.1: Preparing for the Unknown

Brexit means Brexit, right? It’s not often that we can quote Oasis in our articles (sadly), but ‘definitely maybe’ seems particularly applicable right now. Who on Earth knows at this point quite frankly?! Who else thought that over two years after the ballots had been counted, it would all be a bit clearer how this would affect you and your business? No doubt, you would at least expect there to have been the slightest semblance of clarity of how the UK business scene will look at the end of the process. You are probably not alone in that. While we are all...

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Have You Just Accidently Varied Your Contract?

- A: “That term in the contract that says that “the Agreement can only be varied in writing” is enforceable, isn’t it? Surely? Why else would it be there?” - B: “Well, I know it says that in the contract, but we trust each other right? So we can just agree a little amendment between us and make that the case going forward. It just makes things easier doesn’t it? You may fall into one of the two mindsets above and depending on which one applies, you probably haven’t considered that the other mindset exists. You either favour the ‘black and white’...

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