Tag : Theresa May
Industry outrage at Conservative Brexit chaosSubscription
The retail industry fears that prime minister Theresa May’s decision to step down as leader of the Conservative Party will cause “further disruption and political turmoil” for UK businesses, and has urged her successor to avoid a “catastrophic” no-deal Brexit.
MPs reject May's EU withdrawal agreementSubscription
Prime minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal has been thrown out by MPs for a third time, creating further political uncertainty for UK businesses.
The fashion industry has called for the government “to start listening” to businesses after prime minister Theresa May announced she will consult companies further as part of her Brexit “Plan B”’.
Theresa May to consult businesses in Brexit 'Plan B' Subscription
Prime minister Theresa May announced that she will engage with businesses during the next phase of Brexit negotiations, as she unveiled her “Plan B” to MPs today.
Industry despair at Brexit 'mess'Subscription
The retail industry has called for certainty after prime minister Theresa May’s proposed Brexit deal was overwhelmingly rejected by parliament last night.
Fashion retail's highs and lows of 2018Subscription
As this year comes to a close and a new one approaches, Drapers recaps the twists and turns in the retail industry over the past 12 months
Multiples braced for cautious Christmas Subscription
High street retailers are expecting Christmas trade to be worse than last year as a mood of “doom and gloom”, and economic uncertainty prevail.
PM may reform apprenticeship levySubscription
Prime minister Theresa May is set to reform the controversial apprenticeship levy, the Sunday Times has reported.
Industry calls for free-trade Brexit deal Subscription
UK fashion retailers and suppliers have voiced fears the industry could face rising costs and uncertainty if the UK is unable to secure a favourable free-trade agreement with the European Union.
Comment: Let transparency be your watchwordSubscription
When it comes to disclosing supply chain information, pension deficits, or snap elections, transparency – openness and clarity – is key