Saturday 19 October 2019 promises to be a day of significance. It could be the day that the United Kingdom Parliament approves (or not) the current Prime Minister’s agreement to withdraw from the European Union. The UK’s withdrawal from the EU, if it happens, will be one of the most significant
What do you think of when you think of Vietnam? For me, the name was synonymous with wastefulness of war and the human suffering inflicted on both sides. So, when I travelled to Ho Chi Minh City (previously, Saigon), it was a pleasant surprise to see a bustling and thriving city. The streets were
The latest developments on Brexit appear to suggest that there may be a possibility of Brexit date being put back by the extension of Article 50. This has put politicians and the press into a tailspin. Will there be an extension and if so, how long? In my experience, there are no real deadlines.
Brexit and its implications continue to dominate the news cycle in the UK and other countries. Most businesses in the UK are already making plans for the worse case scenario – the ‘no deal’ outcome. Whether the UK leaves the EU with a deal, no deal or if it leaves at all, the reality is that the
I had the opportunity to attend a meeting recently which was attended by high ranking civil servants from the Department of International Trade. The meeting was to hear what the private sector wanted from free trade agreements with various countries post-Brexit. Now, without going into the debate