12 March 2019
Unsurprisingly, Brexit sentiment from UK manufacturers has dropped to its lowest level in 18 months. The paralysis of uncertainty; the lack of time to secure a deal; and the possibility of a cliff-edge no-deal result has seen optimism slip significantly.
12 March 2019
Amid despairing businesses up and down the UK, the construction sector appears to be relishing the opportunities that Brexit might bring.
25 February 2019
Surprisingly, Brexit isn’t expected to have a drastic impact on the real estate industry, with the ever-growing Brexit threat doing little to dampen property power.
08 February 2019
Mark Nisbett and Stuart McCallum, partners at RSM, comment on the Government’s newly published no deal Brexit advice on food and drink labelling.
07 February 2019
Mike Thornton, head of manufacturing at RSM, discusses a potential compliance nightmare for middle market manufacturers if faced with a ‘no deal’ scenario.
06 February 2019
The recent announcement from Nissan to build its X-Trail SUV in Japan rather than Sunderland is clearly a blow for the automotive manufacturing industry in the UK. In response, the Brexit rhetoric has been amplified, but the predominant drivers behind this decision are demand driven.
22 January 2019
Younger travellers are more likely than older travellers to avoid travelling to Europe this year as a result of Brexit, according to a new survey from leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM.
29 November 2018
The conference held by ABTA regarding the new Package Travel Regulations introduced in May 2018 highlighted new definitions of the package and its impact on businesses such as legal regulations and Brexit’s effects on terms and conditions.
17 September 2018
With many tour operators unsure about how Brexit will affect the Tour Operator Margin Scheme (TOMS), and guidance from HMRC leaving the matter unclear, a couple of recent cases highlight areas that may have potential implications. We’ve summarised the two Advocate General (AG) opinions released in this article.