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Insight Brexit & EU negotiations12 February 2019 -
In December 2018 the Government outlined its plans for a new immigration system after Brexit. This included further engagement on the level of salary threshold, which the Migration Advisory Committee has recommended to be £30,000.
Business is clear that the new immigration system must work for all regions and nations of the UK. With a UK median salary of £24,006, a £30,000 threshold will prevent access to vital overseas labour and skills from the South West of England, to the North East of Scotland.
Report Brexit & EU negotiations26 November 2018 -
Making Scotland a bolder, bigger and better exporting nation.
Insight Brexit & EU negotiations16 November 2018 -
The possibility of the UK leaving the EU without a deal in March 2019 poses a significant risk to businesses across the UK. Policymakers must be in no doubt of how serious the consequences of no deal would be for the UK economy and jobs in every region and nation.
Insight People & skills13 November 2018 -
The CBI responds to the International Labour Organisation’s Brown Report on Violence and Harassment in the Workplace. CBI supports a ratifiable Convention on this important topic but achieving this at the 2019 International Labour Conference will require a number of important changes to be made to the ILOs current proposal.
Report People & skills05 November 2018 -
CBI/Pearson Education and skills annual report
Report People & skills26 October 2018 -
The employer perspective
Report Tax & regulation24 October 2018 -
Taking a closer look at the business rates system
Insight Financial services23 October 2018 -
What to expect from the Autumn Budget
Report The economy11 October 2018 -
Enabling financial services to drive prosperity across the UK
Insight Financial services09 October 2018 -
With party conferences out of the way, the attention can now shift to the Autumn Budget (and two, maybe three European Councils, but that’s a different topic). For those people who hoped that the Budget would offer a welcome break from Brexit, they might have to be disappointed. It will remain unavoidable when the Chancellor stands up to deliver the Budget on 29th October, the first Budget to be delivered on a Monday since 1962.