Tag: Brexit

London looks to New York and Paris for advice on resilience in wake of Brexit

London is looking to the likes of New York and Paris to help it tackle the challenges of Brexit, population growth and infrastructure needs by sharing advice and ideas with 100 other cities.

Post-Brexit US trade deal risk to food safety, says ex-environment minister

Lord Deben believes the British public will not accept lower standards of animal welfare.

How can businesses prepare their supply chains for Brexit?

With the UK due to leave the European Union on 29 March 2019, firms operating in the UK are still faced with the unknown when it comes to managing their supply chains.

Carmakers trigger Brexit contingency plans as ‘no deal’ fears grow

Carmakers in Britain have triggered some Brexit contingency plans, such as certifying models in the EU, and are working on redrawing production schedules and stockpiling more parts to defend against any loss of unfettered trade after Brexit.

Brexit Resilience: Conception to Grave

From conception to the grave, the UK, and the rest of Europe, need resilience and security going forward, no matter what is delivered on March 29th 2019.

How well do you think about risk and uncertainty?

Of all your education, a very few specific skills will determine the rationality of your decision making. Take the test to see if you have them.

Food safety may be put at risk by Brexit

Food safety standards could be put at risk by Brexit if the UK quits the EU without a deal to keep exchanging information on public health issues, the Local Government Association has warned.

Brexit pain for UK businesses, as supply chain costs rise

Nearly a third of UK businesses with EU suppliers have already increased their prices in order to offset the potential costs of Brexit.

Rating the Bitcoin – When new technologies meet

Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency and worldwide payment system. Jacek Marczyk explains the resistance to shocks rating of Bitcoin.

UK’s new Data Protection Bill, incorporating GDPR, expected in September

The UK’s Data Protection Bill, which was announced in last month’s Queen’s Speech, could be introduced in Parliament in just a few weeks—though it could be months before it becomes law. The UK legislation is expected in September, according to the UK’s Department of Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS), which confirmed to security researcher ...

How will Brexit impact the European logistics industry?

As political heavyweights made their way to Brussels for the second round of Brexit talks, British Brexit Secretary David Davis urged all sides to ‘get down to business’. The European logistics and supply chain industry will be hoping more than most that they do just that. In June 2016, British voters chose to leave the ...

GDPR: A quick start guide

We look at how organisations can prepare for the General Data Protection Regulation. On 28 May 2018, the EU’s ambitious General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force, with the aim of strengthening data privacy and protection for all EU citizens. The regulation puts individuals firmly back in charge of their personal information and what ...