Exiting the EU

A number of people have written to me asking for my opinion on the Brexit discussions which I have detailed below and will update as events change. This is my personal view and is largely based on my experience as a commercial negotiator during a thirty-year business career in car manufacturing, technology, banking and financial services. This does not make me an expert in trade negotiations with Europe but does give me an insight into the business operating models which have built up as a result of the UK being part of the EU trading bloc for more than forty years.

You can read and listen to more of my views on Britain's withdrawal from the European Union by clicking below:

Gillian's statement on the Indicative Votes
https://www.gilliankeegan.com/news/gillians-statement-indicative-votes

Even Remainer MP admits second Brexit referendum is WORST thing Britain could do
https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/995155/Brexit-news-UK-EU-latest-secon…

'It's an asset to Europe!' MP's BRILLIANT reason why EU will give UK deal on services
https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/1001796/Brexit-news-latest-EU-Europea…

News

Questions to the Department for Exiting the European Union

Gillian Keegan: Extreme weather events have cost the global economy more than half a trillion pounds over the past few years, and the scientific consensus is that, unless we halve our greenhouse ​gas emissions, such events will only become more frequent.

Questions to the Prime Minister

Gillian Keegan: No country has ever left the EU using article 50, so I do not underestimate the challenge, but back in the real world, businesses up and down the country—with the possible exception of Wetherspoon—are extremely disappointed with last night’s vote, and short-term investment decisio

Passionate debate, Brexit and healthcare - Chichester Observer

The New Year has begun although in Westminster many of the political tensions have carried over from 2018. Now we are all back from Christmas recess, the debates on our Withdrawal from the EU are starting and MPs and the public have a lot to say on the issue.