City lawyers criticise Prime Minister's Florence speech and call for more clarity to break Brexit deadlock
City partners including Bakers chair Paul Rawlinson and Hogan Lovells public law head Charles Brasted offer their take on Theresa May's latest Brexit pronouncements
Prime Minister Theresa May’s speech in Florence last Friday (22 September) attempted to strike a “calming note” with proposals for a post-Brexit transition period, but many City lawyers say she did not provide enough clarity in many areas.
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