Small businesses tuning out of same old Brexit song

Press Releases 14 Feb 2019

Responding to today’s Commons Brexit debateNational Chairman of the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) Mike Cherry said: “Today we have simply heard the same old Brexit song with Parliament seemingly stuck on repeat with no clear way forward. No progress has been made today.

“Instead, every day that Parliament fails to break the deadlock, is one more day of uncertainty, one day less that our small businesses have to prepare and one day closer to a damaging no deal Brexit on 29th March. This political paralysis is already damaging small firms making it impossible for them to plan, hire and invest.

“Small businesses need answers on what happens after the 29th March, and they need them now. There is little or no time left for them to get ready.”

About FSB

As the UK’s largest business support group, FSB is the voice of the UK’s small businesses and the self-employed. Established over 40 years ago to help its members succeed in business, FSB is a non-profit making and non-party political organisation that’s led by its members, for its members. As the UK’s leading business campaigner, FSB is focused on delivering change which supports smaller businesses to grow and succeed.

FSB offers members a wide range of vital business services, including access to finance, business banking, legal advice and support along with a powerful voice in Government. Each year FSB also runs the UK’s Celebrating Small Business Awards. More information is available at www.fsb.org.uk. You can follow us on twitter @fsb_policy and on Instagram @fsb_uk.

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