"For others in the future, that will depend on the negotiations under way" on Britain's future relation with the EU, he said.
Brexit could spell the end of the Premier League’s ability to recruit up-and-coming talent from the EU 15/02/2020
Bands, theatre groups and sports clubs could be badly hit by need for visas, carnets and documents.
No-deal Brexit would be a ‘nightmare’ for British-based Formula 1 teams, says Mercedes chief Toto Wolff 18/02/2019
Toto Wolff believes Brexit will leave British-based Formula One teams at a major disadvantage – and a no-deal outcome would be a nightmare for the industry.
SBIT is a unique and diverse group of over 200 outbound British travel and service companies operating throughout the summer and winter holiday seasons ... Our aim is to protect the 25,000 British jobs in our sector, to continue to deliver value and choice to British holidaymakers. ... Brexit in its current form or, worse still, a no-deal Brexit, will put all this at risk.
Travel companies warn European holiday prices set to rise 31% as a result of Brexit. Survey points to 25,000 UK jobs in the sector also at risk and warns of the damage to UK businessesand training opportunities for young people.
A grouping of travel companies which has been established to highlight the likely result of Brexit on businesses working in seasonal holiday businesses such as the ski industry has made some dire predictions of the impact of Britain’s vote to leave the European Union.
The Premier League is wary of the impact of Brexit and is seeking to avoid tough regulations on signing European players.