Paul Everitt: CEO at ADS
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“Light touch customs deal vital to economy post-Brexit” urges Security Trade Association

The Government must pursue a more ambitious customs agreement with the European Union (EU) than any yet proposed and work closely with industry to develop concrete proposals. That’s the view of Trade Association the ADS Group. Introducing new customs processes for trade...
Posted On 22 Sep 2017
Peter Webster
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Does Legislative Repeal Fit the Bill?

One of the largest legislative projects ever to be undertaken, the Great Repeal Bill will ensure that European law no longer applies in the United Kingdom. Here, Peter Webster examines why guarding companies should be concerned about the uncertainty this legislation could well...
Posted On 20 Jun 2017
RUSI headquarters in central London
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RUSI subject experts focus on key defence and security issues for Brexit negotiations

With Article 50 now triggered by Prime Minister Theresa May as the nation prepares to exit the European Union, experts at the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) have moved to outline what outcomes they will be looking for during the Brexit process negotiations in terms of...
Posted On 05 Apr 2017
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Yvette Cooper elected chair of Home Affairs Select Committee in wake of Keith Vaz resignation

Yvette Cooper, the Labour MP for Normanton, Pontefract and Castleford, has been elected chair of the Home Affairs Select Committee. All Members of Parliament were able to vote in the election which took place following the recent resignation from office of Keith Vaz. Votes were...
Posted On 31 Oct 2016
Peter Webster
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The EU: Breaking Up is Hard to Do

As the dust begins to settle on the UK’s decision to leave the European Union (EU) following late June’s Referendum, Peter Webster reflects upon the events of the last month or so and explains why he firmly believes we now find ourselves at the beginning of a long and arduous...
Posted On 19 Aug 2016
Chris Russell
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No Brexcuses: GDPR preparations must continue

Whether or not you voted for Brexit and whether or not you believe it’s a done deal, there’s one thing post-EU Referendum that surely isn’t up for debate. For British companies wanting to trade with Europe, the bureaucracy of Brussels isn’t going away – and that...
Posted On 28 Jul 2016