UK Business unions not happy with the Government's approach to Brexit

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Brexit is nearing and the current mood isn’t that bright at all as U.K. business groups have taken a shot at politicians accusing them of bickering over in-fighting instead of taking the relevant measures to reassure the country on a favourable deal.

And with 100 days to go, the likelihood of a no-deal scenario is growing by the minute while the rows continue in Westminster, as recent as Tuesday the cabinet met and failed to convince on the issue that a no-deal could be a manageable situation.

PM Theresa May has called on to the Scottish and Welsh ministers to support her proposed deal, in the meantime issues such as medical equipment has still not been addressed should the no-deal scenario unfold as stated by the Public Accounts Committee.

The British Chamber of Commerce, the Confederation of British Industry, the manufacturer’s association EEF, the Federation of Small Businesses and the Institute of Directors made a joint statement expressing their concerns.

"Businesses have been watching in horror as politicians have focused on factional disputes rather than practical steps that business needs to move forward.”

"The lack of progress in Westminster means that the risk of a no-deal Brexit is rising."



Source: Smart Trend Team