The possibility of Brexit has triggered a heated debate among entrepreneurs in Britain.
Some firms value access to the EU market and to workers from the EU, while others are annoyed by inflexible regulations and want out.
After Brexit, Northern Ireland will return to the UK and leave the EU, while the Irish Republic will remain a member. People living on the border fear serious disruptions, and a return to violence, if barriers start to appear between the two states.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has suffered a crushing defeat in the UK Parliament vote on her Brexit plan. With just over two months until the scheduled exit from the EU, the UK remains fiercely divided.
The British government is holding up the sleepy port town of Ramsgate as bound for a revival if the UK crashes out of the EU. The plan is to minimize disruption in Dover by diverting traffic to other ports. But is Ramsgate a suitable alternative?
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