May, 2017

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Brexit process must take into account the practical implications for business

BCC's Ashley Shackleton discusses the need to take into account the day-to-day implications for businesses of a new EU trade agreement.

UK Government urged to drive Unitary Patent ratification

BCC and Eurochambres have written to Business Secretary Greg Clark calling on the UK government to drive ahead with the ratification of the Unitary Patent Court Agreement.

BCC: Businesses must take action to prepare for new data protection responsibilities

The BCC is urging businesses to prepare for the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation which comes into effect next year.

BCC/DHL: Exporter confidence remains high, but exchange rates a concern

The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), in partnership with DHL, today (Friday) publishes its latest Quarterly International Trade Outlook, which shows that confidence among UK exporters remains strong.

BCC reaction to Conservative Party Manifesto 2017

BCC comments on the publication of the Conservative Party Manifesto for the 2017 General Election.

BCC: labour market robust but firms hampered by skills gap

BCC's Suren Thiru comments on the labour market statistics released by the ONS today.

BCC comments on Labour manifesto

BCC responds to the Labour Party manifesto.

BCC: Inflation continues to bite as price pressures mount

BCC comments on the inflation statistics for April 2017.

BCC comments on Conservative Party pledge on employment rights

BCC comments on Conservative Party pledge on employment rights.

BCC: Businesses across the UK hobbled by mobile ‘not-spots’

Today the BCC releases the results of its digital survey on mobile connectivity.