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Government’s Brexit Plan Is Not Perfect
CBI acknowledges the government’s Brexit plan is not perfect and has gaps that need filling but highlights that the proposal is enough of a blueprint to start the process of a real trade negotiation.

As Parliament breaks for recess, the CBI has been calling on politicians to prioritise economic pragmatism above politics and dogma. In response to the government’s Brexit White Paper, CBI Director-General, Carolyn Fairbairn, has been setting out the business view of the Chequers deal and stressed the need for compromise to resolve the Irish ‘backstop’ issue.

Writing in the Sunday Times, Carolyn acknowledged the government’s Brexit plan is not perfect and explained that it has gaps that need filling, especially in services, but she went on to highlight that the proposal is enough of a blueprint to start the process of a real trade negotiation.

Government’s Brexit Plan Is Not Perfect, 3rd August 2018, 18:18 PM