Deloitte says leaked Brexit memo was written without UK government input | Reuters

LONDON A leaked Brexit note that said Britain has no overall strategy for leaving the European Union was written without input from the government, Deloitte said on Tuesday.'This was a note intended primarily for internal audiences,' Deloitte said in a statement. 'It was not commissioned by the Cabinet Office, nor any other government department, and represents a view of the task facing Whitehall. This work was conducted without access to No

Reuters November 16, 2016 00:00:10 IST
Deloitte says leaked Brexit memo was written without UK government input
| Reuters

Deloitte says leaked Brexit memo was written without UK government input
 Reuters

LONDON A leaked Brexit note that said Britain has no overall strategy for leaving the European Union was written without input from the government, Deloitte said on Tuesday."This was a note intended primarily for internal audiences," Deloitte said in a statement.

"It was not commissioned by the Cabinet Office, nor any other government department, and represents a view of the task facing Whitehall. This work was conducted without access to No. 10 or input from any other government departments," it said.

(Reporting by Guy Faulconbridge; editing by Stephen Addison)

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