The Brexit Column archive

The Brexit Column archive

A fresh perspective on what Britain’s EU exit means for business.

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The Brexit Column: What banks can teach us

The Brexit Column: What banks can teach us

Banks have got on and are facing the Brexit challenge head on. Richard Bernau argues other sectors could learn something from their approach.

The Brexit Column: Reaching agreement

The Brexit Column: Reaching agreement

A deal with the EU is doable, insists Mark Essex.

The Brexit Column: Brand Britain

The Brexit Column: Brand Britain

The UK must shout about its plus points to dispel confusion about Brexit, says Karen Briggs

The Brexit Column: A personal touch

The Brexit Column: A personal touch

Certainty may still be lacking for EU nationals, but businesses must also clarify their own approach, says Punam Birly, a KPMG people expert.

The Brexit Column: Proposal before divorce?

The Brexit Column: Proposal before divorce?

There may be a way the UK can keep frictionless trade with the EU while signing new deals, and keep the EU on board at the same time, says Mark Essex.

The Brexit column: The hard truth about a soft option

The Brexit column: The hard truth about a soft option

Talk of 'no deal' and 'bad deal' must now give way to charm and persuasion.

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