Brexit delayed again, but your preparations must go on

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By Mike Wilson

In my last article writing for Cheshire Media Magazine, I speculated that there could be a delay to Brexit beyond the March 29th planned exit, yet questioned whether giving the politicians more time to argue would make any real difference?

Unfortunately, it turns out I was right and we sit here today, two extensions later, with the prospect of the turmoil and uncertainty carrying on until October 31st; although there is the option to leave at an earlier date if only the politicians can agree on something. As in February, however, this seems a remote possibility as I write this.

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