2020 has already thrown up so many challenges that have unexpectedly impacted the sport and recreation sector.
Following the 2019 General Election and the passing of the Withdrawal Agreement Bill into law, the UK will now leave the European Union (EU) at 11pm on Friday 31 January.
With the conversation around Brexit moving all the time, the Sport and Recreation Alliance has pulled together the below to provide guidance to our members on several frequently asked questions.
Brexit has dominated the UK political landscape in the last few months and Theresa May has not been able to get her Withdrawal Agreement through Parliament.
The Sport and Recreation Alliance's Parliamentary and Policy Officer, Ryan McCullough looks ahead at what could be in store in Westminster for 2019.
After the Prime Minister announced her plans for what Britain might look like after Brexit, Leigh Thompson considers what this could mean for trade in sports goods and services.
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