This week’s hot topic: Six months of May
Voters chosing to leave the EU on June 23rd last year sparked a chain reaction of events in Britain which would not only upset the political regime as we knew it but cast thick cloud of doubt over the economy too.
As David Cameron departed Downing Street, Theresa May took to the fold. Now, after 6 months in charge, we want to know what Bdaily readers think of the PM’s tenure so far in relation to British business, particularly at a region level.
Whilst Brexit and economic uncertainty seem very much synonymous, we’re interested to hear your thoughts at a local level.
Has May’s premiership created any positives for your business or local economy? Is it unfair to judge May on half a year dominated by forces beyond her control? Could the PM’s government be doing more to help you succeed in business?
Let us know your thoughts on May’s first six months in office, in the comments section below.
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