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Local areas know best when it comes to regional investment, say BCC / Legal & General

The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) and Legal & General have today published a major report detailing how best to boost investment in our towns and cities across the UK, looking at current investment barriers and how unlocking further investment will help them to grow.

British business says no to no-deal in 100 days’ time

With 100 days to go until the UK leaves the EU, the UK's five leading business groups (British Chambers of Commerce, CBI, EEF, FSB, and IoD) have come together to call on politicians to prevent a disorderly 'no-deal' Brexit.

Budget 2018: Full BCC reaction to Autumn Budget and OBR forecast

BCC delivers its verdict on the Autumn Budget and OBR forecast.

Initial BCC reaction to Budget 2018: A shot in the arm for business investment and growth

Director General Adam Marshall gives his initial assessment of Budget 2018, where the British Chambers of Commerce secured its major ask of an increase in the Annual Investment Allowance to £1million.

BCC: This cannot be ‘business as usual’ Chancellor

Ahead of the Autumn Budget on Monday, the British Chambers of Commerce is urging the Chancellor to take bold measures to bolster business investment, competitiveness and productivity in the face of Brexit headwinds.

BCC Quarterly Economic Survey: Uncertainty bites as survey shows UK economy is stuck in a rut

The BCC publishes the QES for Q3 2018, which shows that attempted recruitment in the services sector now stands at the lowest level for 25 years.

BCC comments on Prime Minister's conference speech

BCC Director General Adam Marshall comments on Theresa May's speech at the Conservative Party Conference.

BCC comments on Jeremy Corbyn's Labour Conference speech

Director General Adam Marshall comments on the Labour Leader's closing speech to his party conference.

BCC at Party Conferences: Business needs action in the national interest – not political self-interest

In the midst of party conference season, the British Chambers of Commerce has challenged the two leading UK political parties to put a stop to Westminster in-fighting and point-scoring – and prioritise action in the national interest in the face of Brexit uncertainty and slowing economic growth.

BCC: rail review must bring tangible and visible improvements for passengers and business communities

Hannah Essex, co-Executive Director at the British Chambers of Commerce comments on the ‘root and branch’ review of the railway network launched by government today.