September 30, 2016
I met local businessman Alex Cooper to hear first hand how Brexit and depreciation of Sterling is already affecting his business here.
Mr Cooper, owner of World of Cycles in Broughty Ferry, said that almost all of his suppliers have increased, or are planning to increase, their costs in the aftermath of the Brexit vote.
It won't take Mr Cooper's story to be replicated many times for even the most Eurosceptic Brexiteer to understand that ripping Scotland and the UK from the EU will have very serious consequences.My concern is that leaving the single market and tariff barriers would increase business costs even further.
Read more at: http://www.guideandgazette.co.uk/news/mp-hears-brexit-business-concerns-1-4245210
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