04 December 2018
There has been a lot of drama as the UK approaches the expiration of Article 50 (Brexit) in March 2019. We’ve seen political posturing and UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s leadership called into question. The situation remains highly fluid, and there are many potential paths to Brexit. But no matter the path, it’s important to remember there are three key ingredients needed for Brexit—a withdrawal agreement, a transition period and a new permanent trade relationship. Each one is detailed below. Managing Brexit requires all the ingredients come together, otherwise the soufflé will fall flat.
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