Scottish Engineering was contacted by MakeUK (EEF), asking for our support for the attached letter to Government and Opposition. We were aware that other UK Engineering and Manufacturing member organisations were considering their support for this action also.
We chose to support this action, specifically because it aims not to criticise the origin or thwart the democratic process of Brexit, but states that the current method of delivering Brexit is not conducive to business stability and progression. It asks that if no deal can be found within the current and imminent deadline, then Article 50 should be revoked to allow clear headed review and a halt to the damaging cycle of short term delays that the current process to deliver Brexit is following.
The full letter can be read by clicking here.
Do you employ a young engineer (under 35 years of age) who has taken a major role in a project which has or will significantly improve the competitiveness of your company?
If so, he or she could win £1000
To request an Application Form – contact Sarah Carvill at firstname.lastname@example.org
Completed applications should be sent to Sarah no later than Friday 12th April.
Closing Date For Entries – Friday 12th April 2019
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What is the Brexit Support Grant?
The Brexit Support Grant, funded by the Scottish Government, provides up to a maximum of £4,000 to help small to medium-sized enterprises in Scotland manage a wide range of Brexit impacts.
To find out if you are eligible, read more here.