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We can provide comment on London business issues and offer member case studies from a range of business sectors.

For all media enquiries, or to arrange a media interview during office hours, contact the press team on +44 (0)20 7203 1897 or press@londonchamber.co.uk

For urgent enquiries out of office hours, you can contact the team on phone +44 (0)78 2724 1528

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  • LCCI reacts to Parliament rejecting the Government’s Brexit deal

    London Chamber of Commerce and Industry | Wednesday 16th January 2019

    London Chamber of Commerce and Industry Chief Executive, Colin Stanbridge, comments on the Government's rejection of the Brexit deal.

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  • Chamber wants action as confidence amongst London’s businesses plummets

    London Chamber of Commerce and Industry | Tuesday 8th January 2019

    A major survey has highlighted the loss of confidence in the London and UK economy amongst the capital’s businesses – with London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) calling on the Government, London’s Mayor, and the Mayoral election candidates to urgently act upon the findings.

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  • Response to the disruption at Gatwick Airport

    London Chamber of Commerce and Industry | Friday 21st December 2018

    Airports are gateways to the UK’s island economy and Ministers should be ensuring that every assistance is provided to enhance the resilience of the UK’s air gateways.  

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  • 100 days until Brexit

    London Chamber of Commerce and Industry | Wednesday 19th December 2018

    75% of the London businesses that we recently polled still have not made any provisions in preparation for Brexit.

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  • London Chamber reacts to the Immigration White Paper

    London Chamber of Commerce and Industry | Wednesday 19th December 2018

    It is welcome that Ministers have seen sense and will now consult on their proposed £30,000 salary threshold – however, we can tell them already that such a figure would be damaging not just to the London economy, but to the UK economy as a whole - as workers of all skills levels are needed in every sector.

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  • Let London have more control on Immigration

    London Chamber of Commerce and Industry | Tuesday 18th December 2018

    Ahead of the anticipated release of the Government’s Immigration White Paper, London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) has called for London City Hall to have a new role in administering immigration for the capital.

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  • Figures reveal London’s businesses still wait for post-Brexit certainty

    London Chamber of Commerce and Industry | Tuesday 11th December 2018

    New polling has found that 75% of London businesses have not yet made any provisions in preparation for the possible effects of Brexit.

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  • London Chamber of Commerce and Industry reaction to Crossrail funding announcement

    London Chamber of Commerce and Industry | Tuesday 11th December 2018

    Colin Stanbridge, Chief Executive of London Chamber of Commerce and Industry, said:

    “While it's welcome that additional funding has been found to keep Crossrail on track, let's have clarity on the actual delivery date - to help businesses plan and prepare.

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  • MP grandstanding and resignations will not help the country

    London Chamber of Commerce and Industry | Thursday 15th November 2018

    Commenting on the Draft EU Withdrawal Agreement, Colin Stanbridge, CEO, London Chamber of Commerce and Industry said:

    “Grandstanding and resignations may satisfy political egos but do not help the country and the businesses that create the UKs wealth.

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  • New poll: London makes views on immigration very clear

    London Chamber of Commerce and Industry | Thursday 25th October 2018

    According to a major new poll of the London Public, Business leaders and Borough Councillors, immigration is seen as having had a positive impact overall over the past five years, with the growth of International student numbers seen as good and highly-skilled workers seen as the most important group for the capital’s economy. 

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