On uncertain ground – how will the EU referendum affect law firms and their clients?
As the dust settles after the UK general election, concerns about a possible Brexit are thrown into sharp relief
In the run-up to the UK general election, leading businesses were voicing their concerns that the country’s position as a major financial centre and investment magnet could be jeopardised by Labour’s hard-line stance on corporate tax and personal wealth, while at the same time they were nervously questioning the rationale behind the Tories’ promised referendum on an EU exit.
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