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73% of London businesses have said Trade Unions should be made responsible for ensuring there is a minimum level of service in the event of any tube strike.
Businesses want to be reassured that their concerns will be addressed as politicians juggle the demands of an election campaign, exiting the EU and the domestic agenda.
One week after Prime Minister Theresa May triggered Article 50, European business groups have come together at City Hall in London today to sign a declaration committing to work together in a post-Brexit era.
Chief Executive of London Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Colin Stanbridge said that it is important for government and businesses to work together to improve air quality, but is also concerned about the financial impact on small businesses, not least if the goalposts are shifted.
The Government needs to work hard to ensure London has a solid economic foundation to meet the twin challenges of Brexit and an expanding population, London's leading business group has said.
LCCI is looking for real answers to questions about the exiting process and trade negotiations as well as addressing the need for a London Visa to ensure that London is able to continue to access the skills it needs
Homes for first time buyers and council housing should be the priorities when considering how to spend the £3.15 billion set aside for new houses in London, business leaders have said.
The potential impact of the revaluation of business rates which come into force next week can be revealed by the latest survey from London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI).
London largest business organisation will set-up shop at the world's biggest property conference in France next week to promote London as a great place to do business.
Chief Executive of London Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Colin Stanbridge, has respond to the business rates announcements in today's budget.