Interiors Monthly Newsletter 285

Karndean May 2 17


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It seems that post-Brexit doing business with European suppliers will involve you having meetings with them there, rather than in the UK. Coming back from Belgium the other evening Heathrow’s Terminal 2 had 15 new epassport machines all turned off and being cleaned by two members of staff. And the same number of immigration staff manning the desks. Not exactly going to encourage anyone to trade with us is it.

Andrew Kidd, editor Interiors Monthly


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