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Our closest neighbours remain deeply anxious about the UK’s decision to leave the European Union but, at the same time, goodwill runs deep, as does the desire for a constructive outcome
How UK companies get goods to and from the Continent in the future will be a matter for the EU negotiations – and changes to border controls and customs could impact transport efficiency
CBI view on the government’s Brexit White Paper.
CBRE MD Adam Hetherington highlights why London will continue to prosper in a post Brexit world.
80 per cent of CBI members want to stay in the EU and with analysis from PwC, it’s easy to see why: leaving the EU would cause a serious shock to the UK economy, potentially costing £100bn and 950,000 jobs
The CBI has released new independent research showing that ‘Brexit’ could cost the UK economy £100 billion and 950,000 jobs by 2020.
The transition towards Brexit may mean changes for the UK’s education system, from recruitment of staff and students to funding and intellectual property law
When the UK voted to leave the European Union on 23 June 2016, it was clear that businesses would be faced with change. CBI’s new report ‘Making a Success of Brexit’ aims to set out the priorities of sectors and by doing that, give clarity on the issues that apply across sectors, helping the government to maintain the key principles of openness, stability and certainty of trade, immigration, regulation and funding that are shared by all.
After Commission President Juncker’s State of the Union speech, the “brutally honest” EU27 Summit in Bratislava shed light on European leaders’ opinions on the future of the EU but revealed little new about the Brexit process.