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Who can solve a problem like Brexit? May(be) Theresa

18 July 2016

By Claire Davidson, Davidson Ryan Dore

With just under one month having passed since the EU referendum, Claire Davidson from Davidson Ryan Dore, a strategic communications consultancy working alongside Hogan Lovells on matters relating to the UK withdrawal from Europe, explores what the shape of the new Prime Minister's Cabinet might mean for the Brexit negotiations.

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After the referendum FinTech looks forward

18 July 2016

The UK's FinTech sector is keen to understand what the leave vote will mean for it. And although there will be challenges to be solved, perhaps there may also be opportunities for the typically fleet of foot, FinTech community.

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Industries: Financial Institutions, FinTech

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Another week of Brexit developments

11 July 2016

By Andrew Eaton

Following on from last week’s comments from Donald Tusk and Jean-Claude Juncker about when the EU expects the UK to trigger Article 50 of the Treaty on the European Union, comments by British officials in the last week have shed further light on the road to Brexit ahead.

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Brexit: Britain sneezes – will Africa catch a cold?

7 July 2016

By Andrew Skipper and Amma Boakye

What does Brexit mean for Sub-Saharan Africa? The only thing that we know for certain at this stage is that there are a lot of unknowns, largely because the form that Brexit will take when and if Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union is triggered, has not yet been confirmed. Despite this, some key issues (outlined below) have already become talking points amongst those with an interest in Africa.

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A recap on Brexit: what do we know so far?

5 July 2016

By Elina Eriksson

Today marks twelve days since the UK voted to leave the European Union.  We examine below what we have learnt about what lies ahead, as the dust is settling in Brussels and in Westminster.

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