Businesses in regions concerned about trade costs and ‘limited’ transition of Brexit
British firms may need a transition period of up to five years in order to properly prepare for Brexit an alliance of three chambers of commerce warned today.
Two Years on from the EU Referendum – What London businesses need from Brexit
LCCI’s latest report finds that London businesses are already being impacted by the Brexit process in a number of areas.
London Chamber of Commerce welcomes Government customs position paper
London Chamber of Commerce and Industry today welcomed the Government's position paper of plans to contune Britain's current customs arrangements for several years after Brexit.
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London Business Matters March 2019
Countdown to Brexit. As councils across London met last month to set their council tax levels for the financial year ahead, polling released by the London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) showed that three in five London business leaders think that allowing local ...
London Business Matters December 2018 / January 2019
Lights on in London Ending the free movement of labour from Europe could create a major shortage of workers, especially in south east England, according to a new study on the impact of Brexit.
More Capital – Working for the UK
The four-year period of the next Mayoralty and Assembly must see important decisions taken so that London can maximise opportunities and address challenges in the decade ahead. A decade that begins with the UK poised to move through Brexit, and end with the capital forecast ...
London Business Matters February 2021
UK-EU trade - Getting to grips with the new procedures Few would describe cross-border trade activity as business as usual and headlines in newspapers have told a consistent story. ‘One in ten lorries turned back at border in post-Brexit chaos’ gives a flavour
London Business Matters April 2018
May at the Mansion House Last month Prime Minister Theresa May spoke at London’s Mansion House to present the government’s Brexit objectives, laying down five tests to guide negotiations with the EU over a future trade deal.
Businesses consider moving out of London due to Brexit and rising cost pressures
One in five London businesses have moved or considered moving elsewhere in London or out of the capital over the past year due Brexit, rent rises or business rate rises.