Wednesday 15th Aug 2018 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Malory Davies, FCILT, Editor.

Brexit: what about the workers?

Pressure is mounting on both the UK and EU negotiators to make progress on a deal. And with the next round of talks starting in Brussels on Thursday, the Confederation of British Industry has taken the opportunity to hammer home the importance of retaining essential workers.

Brexit timetable

These are target dates for the key steps in the Brexit process…

Brexit: inaction is not an option, warns CILT

The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport has called for collaboration to create “the most effective and effective solutions for outside the EU as a significant global player”.

CV production rises

Commercial vehicle manufacturing grew 6.1 per cent in June, with 7,769 vehicles leaving UK production lines, according to the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders.

Barnier rejects UK post-Brexit customs plan

EU Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier has rejected a key element of Theresa May’s vision for a frictionless customs arrangement – that the UK would collect VAT and excise duty on behalf of the European Union.

Brexit will hit UK harder than EU

The UK will be hit harder by Brexit than the European Union, a study by the International Monetary Fund has concluded. Among the EU members, Ireland is likely to hardest hit by Brexit because it has the most exposure to the UK economy. The Netherlands and Belgium are also likely to suffer disproportionally from Brexit, […]