‘Information space’ for a quarter and a month left British firms ‘in the dark’

  • ‘Information space’ for a quarter and a month left British firms ‘in the dark’
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    The British firms were left in the dark over planning leaving the UK against the background of “information silos”, according to leading British business group.
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The British firms were left in the dark over planning leaving the UK against the background of “information silos”, according to leading British business group.

The Institute of Directors (iod) called on the UK government to speed up guidelines on what companies should expect, if not reached a deal on withdrawal from the EU.

The survey of 800 business leaders showed that less than a third had made any leaving the UK planning for emergencies.

Many said that they are waiting for clarity about future relations with the EU.

He comes at the end of a hot week, when a number of influential bands in the British business world are questioning the strategy of the quarter and month.

Steven Martin, Director General of the IOD, said: “many companies are still not ready a quarter and a month, and it’s hard to blame them. When it comes to knowing what to plan and when, firms are left in the dark.”

The boss of the food industry this week called for a meeting with the government, as he warned that leaving the UK is becoming a “nightmare”.

UK Food and drink Federation (FDF) chief Executive officer Ian Wright asked the Ministers to explain the consequences of non-Internet quarter and month for businesses in the industry.

Jim Winship, Director of the British sandwich and takeaway food Association, told newsnight on Bi-bi-si’ Monday: “we live in the world. We do not inventory products.”

Emerged on Tuesday further problems when local officials in Dover across the English channel from France, unveiled the estimate as not online British exit from the EU will affect the area around the busy ferry port of Europe. Assessment, the operation, codenamed Brock suggests that there is a constant backlog of trucks waiting to cross the English channel, creating congestion as far as 65km inland.

In the British health service, NHS officials said the possibility of staff shortages that the costs “can go up” and that the quality and pricing of products may be affected.

Specialized equipment or parts are shipped from the EU could be “less available,” the report warns.

Yesterday the Bank of England raised its key interest rate for the second time since the financial crisis of 2008, and he weighed a strong labour market and high inflation amid growing concern about a British exit from the EU.

On the London stock exchange (LSE) also launched the preparation of the hard British exit from the EU, warning that the release date in the UK is still “unclear”.

The company warned that the interim agreement between the negotiators in the UK and Brussels must still be approved by parliaments on both sides of the channel and can fall apart.

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