Paul Drechsler

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The clock is ticking, so government and the EU need to get a move on... First of all sorting out, with clarity, details on a transitional arrangement.feedback
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Nov 06 2017
In this page, you will find a list of 25 quotes from Paul Drechsler, from different articles. We analyzed 13 articles in which Paul Drechsler has been quoted in topics like EU and project. Paul Drechsler’s most recent quote is: “History shows us that we can turn this around.”. To see more examples Paul Drechsler’s views and opinions, check out the section below.
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Apr 09 2017 - Driverless cars

At a macro level, the issue of self-employment has to start on the basis of do we think it's fair and reasonable, and it's complicated in the sense that there is a whole community of people who are thriving on that employment model, who love that employment model, and who see the trade-offs as being acceptable. It's about being smart, but it's also about being fair. If you go to Seattle in the US for example, most of the people who are doing Uber driving are students, and it works for them. Is it operated in a way that works reasonably well? Yes.feedback

Apr 08 2017

When I used to take the train up here, it used to be packed full of ICI workers. Teesside is one of the areas in the UK where there's a great local commitment and sense of community and I think it can help to set a benchmark for the rest of the UK.feedback

Apr 08 2017

There are lots of challenges around, but we have a fantastic opportunity to shape our own future.feedback

Mar 29 2017 - Brexit

We welcome the prime minister's commitment to free trade and European values which should hearten those around the table and set a constructive tone at the start of the negotiations. It is in the interests of businesses across Europe to work together in absolute determination to make a success of Brexit. Our shared aim must be to forge a mutually beneficial deal that delivers barrier-free trade and safeguards prosperity for all. The prime minister has recognised this.feedback

Mar 02 2017 - World Trade Organization

Here in the UK and across the continent firms are worried about this 'worst-case scenario'. Some are getting ready for it to reduce economic damage. Some won't prepare because they're hoping for a deal. But in reality many firms can't prepare because the cost of change is simply too high to even consider it. There are now a number of people around who seem to think no deal would be fine; WTO rules would be fine. The more I hear that, the more I worry that that becomes the narrative.feedback

Mar 02 2017 - Article 50

Right now, it feels like we're just reaching the top of the article 50 rollercoaster. Any minute now, maybe next week, maybe the week after that we'll suddenly drop into the twists and turns of negotiations.feedback

Mar 02 2017

Imagine you're a small cosmetics firm in Stockport and shops in France sell your products. No deal? Without an EU office it's illegal for those French shops to sell your products. A loss for you and for them. Boards have a duty to their shareholders, and it's not an option just to sit on their hands. For many of our great manufacturing businesses the planning horizon is three, five, 10, 20 years.feedback

Oct 25 2016

Pressing ahead with key infrastructure projects like this will provide not only a welcome economic stimulus, but will show the world that we are well and truly open for business as we negotiate our exit from the EU.feedback

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