UK manufacturers can afford to wait on an EU deal, but not to crash out

  The Guardian 

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Theresa May says any delay to article 50 will force companies out of Britain. But the alternative – a bad Brexit – is worseOne of Downing Street’s many arguments in favour ofTheresa May’s Brexit deal is that further delay will persuade many of the UK’s biggest companies to stop procrastinating about their investment plans and move some or all of their activities abroad. Bosses have spent long eno
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