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A no-deal scenario - at a glance

13th April 2018


A no deal scenario means that there would be no formal agreement reached during the negotiations between the UK and the EU, which are taking place under the terms of Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty.

Check out our briefing below to find out how this would impact business on both sides of the English Channel.


Grayling Team

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