Preparations in Wales for a ‘no deal’ Brexit

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Preparations in Wales for a ‘no deal’ Brexit
19 February 2019

As Auditor General for Wales, Adrian Crompton has a role in providing assurance on the Welsh public sector’s approach to managing the implications of a ’no-deal’ Brexit.

Given that 29 March is getting ever closer and the window for acting is narrowing, the Auditor General for Wales sets out his early views on the evidence that has been gathered, together with some key messages for public bodies, to help with their planning in the coming weeks and months. 

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