Wednesday, March 29, 2017
What can Britain’s technology industry expect from Brexit?
Any minute now, Sir Tim Barrow, the British ambassador to the European Union, will hand EU president Donald Tusk a letter. Inside will be the UK’s formal Article 50 notice, saying that after 44 years of membership, it wishes to exit the bloc. This will fire the starting pistol on a two year race to finalize a divorce agreement – an incredibly short amount of time for something so deeply complicated. These are uncharted waters. No country – with perhaps the exception of Greenland, which left its precursor, the EEC, in 1985 – has ever left the European Union. No…
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