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Brexit: the latest key points and information from the BCC

Brexit: the latest key points and information from the BCC

EXPECTED TIMESCALE

9 January Resumption of the meaningful vote debate in Parliament

10-15 January Continuation of debate

14 January Chamber CEO call to discuss upcoming events

7pm, 15 January Debate will end and voting will begin, however given that there is no limit on the number of amendments that can be tabled, the final vote on the Withdrawal Agreement and Political Declaration could go on for hours

After vote, 15 January (TBC) The Prime Minister is expected to make a statement to the House after the result of the vote is announced

21 January (TBC) Deadline for the Prime Minister to make a statement in the House if the vote is defeated


GOVERNMENT PORTAL FOR BUSINESS NO DEAL ADVICE

The Government has launched a new hub for no deal Brexit information on the .gov.uk website. It has dedicated sections for businesses, individuals, UK nationals in the EU and EU nationals in the UK. This is accompanied by a new awareness raising campaign via radio and social media. The webpages include a tool for filtering the technical notices, partnership packs and other guidance based on company sector.

BREXIT CHECKLIST AND RISK REGISTER


Brexit checklist - December 2018 

BCC Brexit Risk Register 2018

 

 

 

 

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