Trade affected if UK and EU laws split

Academic looks at Manx-Brexit position

A political scientist says the Island will face difficulties trading goods and services if UK and EU law splits after Brexit. 

Professor Michael Keating, who lectures at Aberdeen University, has published an article online titled 'The Isle of Man - In or Out', which examines the Island's position amidst Brexit. 

You can read it here: http://www.centreonconstitutionalchange.ac.uk/blog/isle-man-%E2%80%93-or-out 

He says Manx legislation needs to mirror that of both unions for continued access to markets, which may prove a difficult task.

Under Chief Minister Howard Quayle's leadership, government has worked to promote the Island's interests with influential figures in the Brexit process.

Professor Keating told Manx Radio if laws aren't in sync, trade may become a problem:

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