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How will a no-deal Brexit impact the UK?

September 9, 2019 7:27 PM

The Office of Antony Hook MEP has compiled a research report detailing how a no-deal Brexit will impact the UK.

The report highlights the consequences of a no-deal Brexit. The report looks at the following sectors in-depth: the economy, the NHS, immigration, agriculture, fishing, travel and the impact on Northern Ireland.

Please find the report in full here

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For a taste of the report please find the foreward below:

This report has been prepared by the Office of Antony Hook MEP to investigate challenges which the UK is predicted to face as a result of leaving the European Union without a withdrawal agreement, a move commonly referred to as a no-deal Brexit. EU membership has provided economic opportunity and social protection for people in the South East of England and the wider UK. A no-deal Brexit has consequences for economic and social foundations that the South East and rest of UK has benefitted from for decades. Using the most recently available literature and data, this report provides a focal point to help with the understanding of some of the challenges of no-deal. This report will look at the impact of no-deal on the economy, the NHS, immigration, agriculture, fisheries, travel and on Northern Ireland before reaching a final summary.