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BCC: There’s more than one path to success

Jane Gratton, Head of People Policy at the British Chambers of Commerce, comments on today's A level results.

BCC: Economy hits the buffers in Q2

Suren Thiru, Head of Economics at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), comments on the latest UK GDP statistics, published today by the ONS.

BCC/DHL: Give UK businesses the confidence they need to trade internationally

Many UK exporters are treading water at a time of deep uncertainty, according to the latest Quarterly International Trade Outlook from the British Chambers of Commerce, in partnership with DHL.

BCC comments on Prime Minister’s immigration announcement

Dr Adam Marshall of the British Chambers of Commerce commenting on the Prime Minister’s announcement on future immigration proposals.

BCC/Totaljobs: Business appetite to recruit strong but recruitment difficulties can’t be ignored

The latest Quarterly Recruitment Outlook from the British Chambers of Commerce, in partnership with Totaljobs, finds that recruitment intentions strengthened in the second quarter of 2019, while difficulties finding suitable staff eased, but remain high by historic standards.

BCC comments on high-speed rail announcement

Dr Adam Marshall, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), comments on the Prime Minister's announcement that the government will fund a high-speed rail link between Leeds and Manchester.

BCC to PM: Now time to get down to business

Today the British Chambers of Commerce – which represents 75,000 firms of all sizes and sectors, employing 6 million people – has written to incoming Prime Minister Boris Johnson setting out 15 urgent, immediate steps that the PM must address on arrival in Downing Street to boost business confidence and stimulate the UK economy.

BCC comments on announcement of new Prime Minister

Dr Adam Marshall, Director General at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), comments on the announcement that Rt Hon Boris Johnson MP has won the Conservative leadership contest and will be the next Prime Minister.

BCC and Indeed: Cost and administrative burden of employment continues to climb

Business is calling on the next Prime Minister to reduce the unsustainable cost of employing people in the UK. Nearly three-quarters (72%) of firms report the cost burden of employment has increased compared to five years ago, according to new research by the British Chambers of Commerce and global job site Indeed.

BCC comments on inflation statistics

Suren Thiru, Head of Economics at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), comments on the inflation statistics for June 2019, published today by the Office for National Statistics.