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Gregor Kleinknecht discusses Brexit Britain in Discover Germany

  • November 01, 2018
  • By Gregor Kleinknecht, Partner

Going, going, gone – ready or not

Since the end of August, the government has been publishing a growing collection of ‘technical notices’ under the broad heading How to prepare if the UK leaves the EU with no deal – Guidance on how to prepare for Brexit if there’s no deal. These notices are part negotation strategy (“Look EU, we’re leaving, whether you’re ready or not”), part political statement to assuage the Brexiteers (“Look Britain, we’re leaving, whether we’re ready or not”). They concern all walks of life, because all walks of life will be affected in some way or other by Brexit.

Travelling to and from Europe is perhaps one of the most obvious areas in which things are going to change, whether you are travelling by road, rail, or air, and quite a few of these notices therefore highlight how our travel plans may be affected if nothing else is agreed between Britain and the EU.

Read the full article in Discover Germany’s November Issue on pages 80-81 here.

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