With the Tory leadership contest throwing the outcome of Brexit into further disarray, the new October deadline is fast approaching.However, the CEO of of one of the world’s largest independent financial advisory organisations, deVere Group, believes that the impact of Brexit is far from over, and the Brexit nightmare could go on long after the
France is the third largest data centre country market in Europe behind the UK and Germany.
As the Brexit uncertainty continues, businesses are faced with the challenge of post-Brexit planning without clarity about what lies ahead.
The UK is defying ongoing Brexit uncertainty by becoming the most popular destination for foreign investment in the world, according to a report published today by EY.
The ongoing Brexit delays are generating considerable uncertainty for UK businesses, which is leading many to hold off on investing in technology while the future economic environment remains unclear.
The UK has come out on top as the country with the biggest mass-market potential for connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) – but only if the Brexit roadblock is removed.
The British blockchain industry is being encouraged to reject the UK’s adoption of EU law regulating cryptoassets as part of a bid to strengthen the country’s tech industry post-Brexit, dubbed Techxit.
The UK’s data watchdog has fined Vote Leave £40,000 for sending unlawful campaign texts during the 2016 Brexit referendum.
As a new millennium approached, businesses were left scrambling to update their systems and software as experts warned that many computers would be unable to function once the date rolled over from 1999 to 2000 due to conflicts in their code.
Whichever side of the Brexit debate you sit on, there is little doubt that sustained Brexit uncertainty has hampered the country’s economic potential.
It’s been nearly three years since the UK voted to leave the European Union.
Just one of the many uncertainties surrounding the UK’s post-Brexit relationship with the EU is the issue of mobile roaming charges.
How severe will the Brexit impact on tech companies be?
Researchers have found evidence of far-right Twitter accounts using suspicious means such as bots to amplify pro-Brexit content, with a “significant” number originating from outside of the UK.
As the UK awaits the result of the key Brexit vote this evening, the question of post-Brexit GDPR is rising in business’s minds.
This is set to be a pivotal week for the UK and its departure from the European Union, not least for the tech industry, which is often hailed as a key part of the country’s post-Brexit strategy.
If MPs vote for an extension to Brexit then the date is likely to be 28 June 2019, William Hague told the UK leasing industry in London last night.
ord has made plans to move manufacturing resources outside of the UK in the event of the nation leaving the European Union in March without having agreed a trade deal with the bloc of countries.
VW has moved to prepare its dealer network for an increase in pricing to VW, Skoda and Seat cars and finance leases should there be a no-deal Brexit.
A no-deal Brexit could significantly jeopardise UK science and innovation research as unless the government takes action, almost half of one of the biggest funding sources, Horizon 2020, would vanish, according to a key House of Lords report.
UK data watchdog the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has fined pro-Brexit campaign group Leave.EU and associated insurance company Eldon Insurance a combined £120,000 for breaching data protection laws during the Brexit referendum.
The United Kingdom will crash out of the European Union in March, and law enforcement won’t be spared from the disruption that is expected to follow.
The Brexit process faces yet more turmoil as Parliament prepares to vote for or against Theresa May’s Conservative government.
Despite the widespread disruption to business that Brexit is expected to bring when the UK exits the European Union in March, just 14% of UK organisations who took part in a global survey believe it poses the biggest risk to business in 2019.
The United Kingdom’s tech scene leads in Europe with $8bn of venture capital investment, and IPOs and acquisitions of $40bn during 2018.
As Brexit uncertainty continues, the cabinet has accelerated preparations for a no-deal Brexit.
The plan to cut EU immigration by 80% post-Brexit will leave UK companies increasingly vulnerable to cyberattacks, according to a cybersecurity recruitment expert.
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Despite surviving a vote of no-confidence from Conservative MPs, Theresa May’s fragile leadership could be facing a new challenge from outside her party.
There are 106 days until the UK leaves the European Union on the 29 March 2019.