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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 continue to call for city of London support for lending to SMEs

    London Chamber of Commerce and Industry | Friday 27th March 2020

    With the Government support package for both employed and self-employed having been announced, but remaining weeks away from access for many, London Chamber of Commerce and Industry has issued another rallying cry for the financial institutions of the city of London to act in the national interest by actively demonstrating support to SMEs. 

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  • LCCI react to coronavirus support package for self-employed

    London Chamber of Commerce and Industry | Thursday 26th March 2020

    LCCI react to the support package announced by the Chancellor to support self-employed people whose business is impacted by coronavirus.

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  • LCCI write to members about coronavirus

    London Chamber of Commerce and Industry | Wednesday 25th March 2020

    London Chamber of Commerce and Industry has today written to its membership, reminding them of the Government’s coronavirus guidance and the need for the capital to ‘engage with the spirit of the new restrictions not just the letter.’

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  • LCCI respond to further 'stay at home' measures

    London Chamber of Commerce and Industry | Monday 23rd March 2020

    'Comply with the spirit, not just the letter' - LCCI CEO Richard Burge responds to government's new coronavirus measures.

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  • LCCI react to Government coronavirus business support package

    London Chamber of Commerce and Industry | Friday 20th March 2020

    LCCI CEO Richard Burge responds to the coronavirus business support measures announced by the Chancellor (on Friday March 20).

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  • LCCI issue rallying cry to leaders of London's financial sector

    London Chamber of Commerce and Industry | Thursday 19th March 2020

    London Chamber of Commerce and Industry has today issued a rallying cry for leaders of the financial and professional services ecosystem in London to pull together to increase bank lending until the Government’s coronavirus support measures are in place – in order to avoid SMEs across the UK going out of business.

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  • LCCI comment after Mayor of London's coronavirus summit

    London Chamber of Commerce and Industry | Tuesday 17th March 2020

    Commenting after a meeting of business groups with the Mayor of London about the economic impact of coronavirus, LCCI CEO Richard Burge said:

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  • LCCI respond to the Budget

    London Chamber of Commerce and Industry | Wednesday 11th March 2020

    Richard Burge, Chief Executive of London Chamber of Commerce and Industry, said:

    “Businesses will be pleased to see the Chancellor announce a pragmatic range of measures, especially on business rates relief, which help to take the pressure off of their cashflow whilst coronavirus brings detrimental economic impact.

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  • LCCI respond to Heathrow expansion court ruling

    London Chamber of Commerce and Industry | Thursday 27th February 2020

    Richard Burge, Chief Executive of London Chamber of Commerce and Industry, responds to the court of appeal ruling on Heathrow expansion.

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  • LCCI react to the Government's new immigration policy

    London Chamber of Commerce and Industry | Wednesday 19th February 2020

    Commenting on the Government’s policy proposals for a points-based immigration system, Richard Burge, Chief Executive of London Chamber of Commerce and Industry, said:

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