BREXIT – Britain’s exit from the European Union
The UK’s decision to leave the EU has led to some uncertainty as to the ability of UK companies’ to trade within the single market post exit.
It will be some time before we have clarity on this issue but we do know that once Article 50 has been triggered, the UK will have two years to negotiate its withdrawal. Given that the terms of the UK’s exit will have to be agreed by 27 national parliaments, the process could take considerably longer. During this period European Union law will stand in the UK until it ceases to be a member. The UK will continue to abide by EU treaties and laws, but not take part in any decision-making.
The TT Club and its managers Thomas Miller are committed to meeting the long term needs of its European members. As such we are proactively considering the best way, for the Club to retain access to the single market and to ensure members continue to receive the high quality service to which they have become accustomed.
We will keep you advised of progress but please be assured of our ongoing and long term commitment to conducting business in Europe.
If you have any questions, please contact Mikaela Revel, Marketing Executive at TT Club email@example.com.