Counting the costs of the EU Exit process

By Ian Miller | 15 May 2019

It has been a busy electoral period for district councils – most had polls for their own councillors at the start of this month and all are preparing for European Parliamentary elections on 23 May.

When the dust settles on the UK’s departure from the European Union (if it ever happens), there will surely be a formal public inquiry on how the Government has handled the process, including the significant impacts on a wide range of organisations.

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