‘I’m afraid we’re all in the same boat’: How some UK-based business owners have seen their business hit by Brexit

Business leaders across the country are facing the prospect of being hit by a sudden change in their relationship with the government after the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union.

The uncertainty surrounding Brexit has hit the likes of Michael Collins, who runs a small company in Scotland and who has a small staff of two.

“I’m not a huge fan of the UK being part of the EU, and I think the government has been a bit too aggressive,” he says.

But for Collins, this is not just a business decision. “

People will be coming from Europe and the UK are still going to be part of it, so it’ll be interesting to see where that goes.”

But for Collins, this is not just a business decision.

“It’s a social one, too, and that’s something that we’ve struggled with,” he adds.

“The business model is not sustainable.

It’s going to take time for businesses to adjust, and it’s going in different directions.”

How the UK’s departure from the EU will affect business, pensions, tax, healthcare, and more in the UK Read moreHe has recently begun recruiting staff for a new job, and is considering the possibility of moving to Australia if the new administration can find a way to work out a better deal for the UK.

“When you see all these new companies come in, it’s not just the people who are leaving but also the people that are going to get a job in the future,” he explains.

“What the government can do is make it easier for people to come here and we will probably see a lot more of it.” “

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What the government can do is make it easier for people to come here and we will probably see a lot more of it.”

How businesses can protect themselves from Brexit-related uncertainty in the coming weeks and months.

Read moreAs for the prospect that their businesses will be hit by this sudden change, Collins believes that some businesses are already prepared to move.

“A lot of people in Scotland have been working for years to get the business going and are still working,” he points out.

Collins has been planning his future for some time. “

If the UK decides to leave, we will all be in the position of having to move.”

Collins has been planning his future for some time.

“One of the things that has always bothered me about my business is that we can’t plan ahead,” he said.

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Even if you are in the EU and have the ability to get paid in the US, there is a risk that if we leave the EU we are all going to go to work in China or somewhere else.”

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