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Preparing for a ‘no-deal’ Brexit – customs and tariffs

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By Lee Squires, Director, Tax, Grant Thornton Northern Ireland If the UK leaves the EU without a deal on 31 October 2019, trade between the UK and EU would revert to World Trade Organisation (WTO) terms. This means the movement of goods between the UK and EU would be subject to customs duty and controls. Here…

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Northern Ireland businesses showing great resilience against uncertain backdrop

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By Kirsty McManus, National Director, Institute of Directors (IoD) Northern Ireland The Northern Ireland business community has had a lot to contend with over recent years from the ongoing hiatus at Stormont to the continuing uncertainty that still shrouds Brexit. Rather than allow these (largely political) matters to deter them however, local firms are continuing…

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Politicians must not allow Northern Ireland to ‘sleep walk into no deal Brexit’, IoD NI Chairman tells Annual Dinner

Pictured at the Institute of Directors Northern Ireland (IoD NI) Annual Dinner held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Belfast, from left: Dale Guest, Director Corporate Banking Northern Ireland at main sponsor Bank of Ireland UK, Gordon Milligan, IoD NI Chairman, guest speaker Martin McCourt, Chairman of Glen Dimplex and Catriona Gibson, Managing Partner of associate sponsor Arthur Cox. The event, which was attended by more than 400 guests heard a warning that Northern Ireland should not be allowed to ‘sleep walk into a no deal Brexit’, as the clock runs down on negotiations.

Politicians risk allowing Northern Ireland to “sleep walk into a no deal Brexit”, by running down the clock on negotiations, the Chairman of the Institute of Directors in the region has said. Speaking at the organisation’s Annual Dinner, Gordon Milligan said Westminster MPs had shown a “dereliction of duty” by failing to find agreement with…

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