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October, 2019

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BCC comments on ONS gender pay gap data

It’s right that more women in senior roles are being fairly rewarded, but we need more action to ensure women of all ages receive fair and equal pay at every level.

BCC comments on Shared Rural Network

The BCC has long and loudly-called for action to tackle mobile ‘not spots’, so it’s a big step forward that government has now backed industry plans to build a Shared Rural Network.

Adam Marshall speaks at the 2019 International Trade Summit

Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce, Dr Adam Marshall, address International Trade Summit, 2019

BCC comments on today's events in Parliament

While the parliamentary drama continues, in the real world businesses wait anxiously for a clear outcome.

BCC comments on proposed Brexit agreement

Dr Adam Marshall of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) comments on the announcement that the UK and EU negotiators have come to an agreement.

Sarah Howard, introduction as our new Chair

Introducing BCC's newly elected Chair, Sarah Howard.

BCC and Chambers write to PM on importance of delivering HS2

Today BCC and 19 Chambers of Commerce along the HS2 route and off it write to the Prime Minister and Secretary of State for Transport on why we stand rock solid behind the project and the need to deliver all phases of this crucial infrastructure project.

Trading forward: Adapting to a changing world

To ensure that the BCC remains at the forefront of the international trade debate, representatives attended the WTO's 2019 public forum in Geneva last week.

BCC comments on the Queen’s Speech

Dr Adam Marshall, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce comments on the Queen’s Speech opening a new session of Parliament.

BCC and Bibby Financial Services: Uncertainty around Brexit, tariffs and exchange rates holding back UK exports

The British Chambers of Commerce and Bibby Financial Services have revealed that uncertainty around Brexit, tariffs and exchange rate volatility are holding back the potential of many UK exporters.