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The Government’s desire to make a clean break from the EU and therefore leave the Euratom Treaty presents the UK nuclear sector with a significant challenge in making alternative mitigating arrangements.
This report complements and builds upon the Royal Academy of Engineering’s Transport Congestion Challenge paper (Nov 2015), using the expertise of our Railway Division membership active throughout the UK rail industry.
The Institution and BDO accountants and business advisers carried out a survey that questioned manufacturing companies to ask their opinions on the likely effects of Brexit on their businesses.
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