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Retail, Food, Hospitality Brexit round-up 15 September

17 September 2019
Brexit Flags
Retail, Food, and Hospitality Brexit round-up w/e 15 September: Call for evidence issued on UK immigration rights, Trade strategic advisory group holds first meeting, and preparing businesses for Brexit.

Brexit Developments

UK Government No deal Brexit planning Brexit assumptions published: Following a parliamentary request the Government published the headline planning assumptions for No-deal Brexit planning ‘Operation Yellow Hammer’. Publication was greeted by comment from the British Retail Consortium and Food and Drink Federation that they had been warning the Government of the dangers of a no-deal Brexit for a long time. View > British Retail Consortium > Sustain > Food and Drink Federation > Welsh Government >

Call for evidence issued on UK immigration rights: The Home Office, Migration Advisory Committee has launched a call for evidence on a new points-based system and use of salary thresholds –Responses by 5th November. The Home Office has also extended the list of shortage occupations. View > View >


Strategic advisory group on trade holds first meeting: Department for International Trade Minister, Conor Burns has held his first meeting with the strategic advisory group on future trade. View >


Preparing businesses for Brexit: The Financial Conduct Authority and the Association of Convenience Stores have set out their plans regarding Brexit preparedness of their sectors. View > View >



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