Channel Islands Update - Brexit or No Brexit?

With the UK Government reeling from the defeat by a huge majority of Theresa May's Brexit deal, the UK continues deeper into a fog of Brexit uncertainty.

Within the next few weeks, building towards the 29 March 2019 leave date, political change and movements toward a new or amended Brexit deal position (or any of the potential outcomes listed above) will gather pace and begin to transition from weekly changes to a day-to-day, and hour-to-hour basis. From a Channel Islands perspective, the unique position of the crown dependencies allows legislative change to take place very quickly and maintain certainty and stability in a sea of sweeping change.

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