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FSB in Scotland: Stability required before Brexit talks PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 12 June 2017
Brexit talks should be delayed until political stability is established, according to the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) in Scotland.

Andy Willox, FSB’s Scottish policy convenor, said: “Scotland’s smaller firms need strong local champions. FSB congratulates those who were successful at yesterday’s elections and thanks everyone who campaigned hard to represent their community.

“Scottish business wants reassurance that political turbulence doesn’t result in prolonged economic disruption. Indeed, we would argue that Brexit talks should be postponed until political stability is established.

“We would make the case for Scotland’s 59 MPs – across all the parties - to reinforce their links with local firms. Our new representatives should bring local business intelligence to crucial decisions, especially those related to Brexit.”

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