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            Retail, Food, Hospitality Brexit round-up 2 June

            Retail, Food & Hospitality Brexit round-up w/e 2 June. Scottish Referendum Bill, shortage occupations list, and export to Malta.

            Date: 04/06/2019

            Brexit developments

            Scottish Government introduce Referendum Bill: The Scottish Government has introduced a Bill providing a framework for the conduct of referendums in Scotland with the question to be posed to be set by secondary legislation of the Scottish parliament.  The intention of the Scottish Government is that a UK government will transfer power for a referendum on independence to be held and be bound by the result. View >

            Shortage occupations list extended to 9% of labour market: 
            Following consultation the Migration Advisory Council has published a very detailed report and recommendations including the extension of ‘shortage occupations’ from around 1% to 9% of jobs in the UK labour market where recruitment from overseas will be permitted. View >  View >  View >  British Chambers of Commerce >

            DIT issue guidance for businesses wishing to export to Malta following a no deal Brexit: 
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            DIT Secretary of State writes article on exporting by small businesses:Sunday Times SME Export Track 100 View >

             

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