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Brexit: implications for financial reporting

Following the triggering of Article 50, the implications of the June 2016 UK referendum remain at the forefront of political debate in the UK. The impact that Brexit will have on the UK’s financial reporting infrastructure and the related international ramifications have, however, not yet attracted sufficient attention. As part of ICAEW’s ongoing response to… Read More Brexit: implications for financial reporting

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The default solution for world trade

Would World Trade Organisation trading rules cause even more headaches for the UK? It’s certainly possible… By Crona Brady Should all other trade arrangements fail, setting tariffs and quotas under the World Trade Organisation (WTO) trading model might prove tricky for the UK. There have been a host of uncertainties throughout the Brexit process, but… Read More The default solution for world trade

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Partner with potential

Collaboration between the public and private sectors could greatly enhance the lives of those working in Northern Ireland. It is a time of uncertainty for Northern Ireland. It is not controversial to suggest that this isn’t particularly helpful in terms of growing our economy, creating jobs or providing the best possible public services for our… Read More Partner with potential

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How can the UK’s labour market compete post-Brexit?

By Justine Riccomini The House of Lords hearings on how the UK labour markets could be affected by Brexit have raised some difficult questions. The main items which could negatively affect the success of the labour market post-Brexit are a mixture of local attitudes, over-prescriptive employment legislation, and the failure of UK and devolved Governments, local authorities… Read More How can the UK’s labour market compete post-Brexit?