LCCI reacts to Parliament rejecting the Government’s Brexit deal
London Chamber of Commerce and Industry Chief Executive, Colin Stanbridge, comments on the Government's rejection of the Brexit deal.
LCCI comment on Mayor's Brexit research
LCCI respond to figures released by the Mayor of London, regarding the need for an agreement between the UK and EU for the trade of services.
Towards a pragmatic Brexit
Forget notions about a ‘hard’ and ‘soft’ Brexit, London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) members are calling for a pragmatic Brexit, which at its heart places emphasis on maintaining the capital’s competitiveness, now and into the future.
Listen to business in Brexit negotiations warns new LCCI report
London businesses have retained a pragmatic and level-headed approach to Brexit but have growing concerns about potential barriers to future trade and the capital's pressing 'domestic' policy agenda being overlooked.
Business election call for a Brexit that works for London
London's leading business organisation, London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) today renewed its calls for the capital's workforce to be protected as political parties continue to lay out their manifesto policies.
Heathrow will be absolutely key to post-Brexit Britain's competitiveness
The planned expansion of Heathrow Airport should go ahead to ensure Britain can compete and succeed after Brexit, the London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) has said.
Brexit Q&A – April 2019
On Tuesday 12 March 2019, the House of Commons again voted to reject the Government’s negotiated European Union (EU) Withdrawal Agreement, this time by 391 to 242 votes, a majority of 149.
Export documents and Brexit – update for CO and ATA Carnet users
This page provides an update concerning documentation that may be used in international trade in case of a no-deal Brexit. Given the level of uncertainty surrounding the current negotiations, businesses are advised to ‘hope for the best and prepare for the worst’ i.e. gear up...
Skilled workers biggest concern post Brexit businesses say
London business are concerned but not panicking about Brexit - according to a wide reaching new report produced today by London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI).
Declaration of the Alliance of European Metropolitan Chambers
One week after Prime Minister Theresa May triggered Article 50, an alliance of European business groups came together at City Hall, London to sign a declaration committing to work together in a post Brexit era.