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How to Ensure Data Protection Compliance in a No-deal Brexit
How to Ensure Data Protection Compliance in a No-deal Brexit

Little time remains before Brexit is set to take place on 31st January 2020. As this date looms closer, it’s crucial now more than ever for your organisation to prepare for a no-deal scenario. Specifically, it’s important to ensure continued compliance with data protection laws, such as the GDPR.

Since the GDPR is an EU regulation, this law would technically no longer be recognised...

How Your Business Contracts May Be Affected by a No-deal Brexit
How Your Business Contracts May Be Affected by a No-deal Brexit
Less than a few weeks remain until Brexit officially takes place on 31st October 2019. As this date looms closer on the calendar, the possibility of a no-deal scenario is still a reality—making it crucial for your organisation to be prepared for such a result. Specifically, any contracts that your business has—whether with customers, suppliers or partners—could be impacted by a no-deal...

How to Prepare for the Day After a ‘No-deal’ Brexit
How to Prepare for the Day After a ‘No-deal’ Brexit
Despite the six month delay to the Brexit deadline, granted by the EU leaders to the UK in April 2019, it doesn’t appear that a lot of process has been made since then. Uncertainty, and the possibility of a ‘no-deal’ Brexit and what the potential implications of this are, is putting UK citizens under a lot of pressure. 
In the event that the UK and EU fail to negotiate...

How A ‘No-deal’ Brexit Will Change Driving in the EU
How A ‘No-deal’ Brexit Will Change Driving in the EU
Whether you plan to take your family on a continental road trip in the coming months or work for a transport organisation that frequently enters the EU, the results of Brexit may alter your current travelling agenda.

In the event of a no-deal, several UK driving laws will change—for both UK citizens and commercial drivers. All drivers are being urged to contact their insurer to arrange...