Businesses 'tired of being left in the dark' following rejected Brexit vote

Mar 13, 2019 · bdaily.co.uk

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Business groups are said to be frustrated following Theresa May’s EU withdrawal plan once again being rejected by Parliament.

There are now just over two weeks to go until Brexit, and MPs shot down the PM’s deal by 149 votes - said to be a smaller number than when it was rejected in January.

MPs will now be able to vote on whether the UK should leave the European Union with a ‘no-deal’. Failing that, Brexit could be delayed.

Linking in with businesses, the government is set to publish further details of its ‘no-deal’ Brexit plan today (March 13), which includes trade tariffs and Irish border schemes.

Stephen Phipson, chief executive of manufacturers’ group, Make UK, commented: "It is now essential that Parliament brings the curtain down on this farce and removes the risk of no deal."

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