Stuart Thomson live with Share Radio following trigger of Article 50
Head of Public Affairs
Theresa May triggers Article 50
Stuart Thomson, Head of Public Affairs, discusses the implications of triggering Article 50 and how it will impact the Brexit process.
‘All the speculation about a General Election should be laid to rest by the announcement. Any Government that votes itself out of office undermines its political position and critically its power to negotiate. It would also be counter to everything Mrs May has said and done since coming to office.
Businesses too now need to think seriously about its role in the Brexit process. What is it they want and how they are going to hold the government to account in a febrile political environment?’
Share Radio interview, 29 March 2017
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