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Retail, Food, and Hospitality Brexit round-up 4 August

07 August 2019
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Retail, Food, and Hospitality Brexit round-up w/e 4 August: UK Government signals need to prepare & ramps up spending. 

Brexit developments

UK Government signals need to prepare in earnest for a no-deal Brexit: The Cabinet Office has published an article by Michael Gove stating that a no-deal Brexit is a very real prospect and that we must ensure that we are ready. View >

UK Government ramps up spending on no-deal Brexit preparations: HM Treasury has announced the allocation of £2.1Bn funds for no-deal Brexit preparations.  £20m is to be allocated to Local Authorities who have been asked by MHCLG to each nominate a lead contact. View > View > Local Government Association > Federation of Small Businesses > The Scottish Government has also signalled its intentions to step up preparations for a no-deal Brexit. View >

Updated guidance on climate change requirements in case of a no-deal Brexit published: The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has published updated guidance. View >


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