EU Exit

As London's largest and most representative business advocacy organisation, LCCI plays a proactive role in ensuring London businesses get a Brexit that works for them. LCCI’s policy recommendations are evidence-based and underpin our Brexit work in Whitehall and Parliament, City Hall, and with partners across the UK and Europe.

EU Exit

On 23 June 2016, the UK voted to leave
the European Union

Throughout the Brexit process, LCCI continues to promote and defend the interests of members to central Government and Parliament, the Mayor and London Assembly; on issues arising out of Brexit. LCCI periodically indexes business views and publishes our latest findings and recommendations regarding Brexit on this online resource.

Mayor backs LCCI's Shortage Occupation List proposal

The Mayor of London has given his backing to LCCI immigration policy proposals, as part of an announcement he made at our discussion event with him on Monday 29 July.

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Quarterly Economic Survey (QES)

Results from our latest Capital 500 QES show that London’s businesses were buoyed by recovering domestic and export sales during the second quarter of the year in the capital, but recruitment challenges and fluctuations of costs continued to loom large.

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Inter-Chamber Dialogue on Brexit

LCCI was delighted to host a visit to our great city by our colleagues from Berlin Chamber of Commerce and Industry on Tuesday 11 December. Our Chambers have forged a new ‘Inter-Chamber Dialogue on Brexit’ to gauge the concerns, hopes and expectations of the member businesses we represent about the process of the UK exiting the EU. View agenda

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The future relationship between the UK and the EU

The Government presented a proposal for a principled and practical Brexit underpinning the vision of the Prime Minister. The paper addresses questions raised by the EU.

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Brexit in the news

Keep up-to-date with the latest LCCI press releases on Brexit.

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Policy submissions

LCCI frequently responds to Government consultations, including on Brexit, on behalf of members.

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Our latest Brexit publications

Two Years on from the EU Referendum

Marking the two-year anniversary of the EU referendum, this report outlines what London businesses need from the Brexit process, and the impact of negotiations and potential Brexit scenarios on their companies. 

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Moving Towards Brexit

This report focuses on what London businesses expect and need from the Brexit process.

 

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AEMC Brexit declaration

One week after Prime Minister Theresa May triggered Article 50, LCCI hosted an alliance of European business groups at London City Hall to sign a declaration committing to work together in a post Brexit era.
 

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Permits, Points and Visas

This report explores how to realistically plan to process the future migrant workers that London will need post-Brexit.


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Brexit Checklist for Business

This checklist has been created to help businesses consider the changes that Brexit may bring to your firm, and to help business planning at both operational and Board levels.

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Events

LCCI runs a range of Brexit-related and international focused events and trade missions based on markets trends and demand. See what we have coming up this year.

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Export documentation

Did you know LCCI is the largest issuer of export documents in the UK? Find out the latest updates on paperwork requirements.
 

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Get Connected

Phone or email

For more information about LCCI’s polling, research or policy work on Brexit, contact our Policy and Public Affairs team.

Phone: +44 (0)20 7203 1925
Email: research@londonchamber.co.uk

Media Enquiries

For media enquiries, contact Steven Reilly-Hii, Media Relations Manager
Phone: +44 (0)20 7203 1897 
Email: sreilly-hii@londonchamber.co.uk

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