Interview: UK businesses, not Parliament, bear the financial cost of Brexit -Beroe Inc.

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Beroe Inc
Apr 24 · 1 min read

March 29 has come and gone. Brexit has been temporarily postponed. British Parliament has been going back and forth on this issue without coming to a conclusion. As things stand Brexit could happen either on April 12, or May 22, the day before the scheduled parliament elections to the European Union; or perhaps Brexit could be postponed even further. There is also the spectre of “Hard Brexit,” i.e., leaving the European Union without a deal. The British Parliament is yet to approve any sort of deal with the European Union.