EU “ in or out?

So, after hard negotiations, the Prime Minister has achieved a new EU deal for the UK.

Agreement has been reached in Brussels on the renegotiated terms of the UK’s future relationship with the European Union. A number of high profile politicians, including Boris Johnson, have declared support for the ‘out’ camp, but the CBI suggests that most of its members “ although not all “ believe that being in a reformed EU is better for jobs, growth and prosperity.

The logistics industry will face particular issues, including impact on customs and increased administration on cross-border transactions, therefore members are encouraged to follow the link below to read the full CBI response, or contact us (svakil@ukwa.org.uk) for a free copy of the CBI’s 35 page “EU Referendum Information Pack – prepared to help member organisations to understand and prepare for the forthcoming referendum.

See the CBI’s response

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