Conor Brennan on 17 Jul 2018
As the 29 March 2019 deadline for when the UK is due to leave the EU gets closer and closer, a lot remains to be finalised. In this diagram we have mapped the various paths to ‘exit day’ and explore the range of potential outcomes.
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Main image: Detail from image by Kitty Terwolbeck
Conor is an experienced consultant who advises clients in the data economy, insur-tech, and energy sectors.
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