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Another busy month in Northern Ireland with policy developments on energy, careers, higher education, skills, renewables, and planning...
Our response to the Government’s Green Paper for a new Industrial Strategy.
£9 billion a year policy burden could weigh on businesses' ability to deliver jobs and investment – CBI Director-General
New CBI analysis reveals that inaction on business rates, together with recent Government policy changes, including the National Living Wage and the Apprenticeship Levy, will cost businesses around £9 billion every year by 2020-21 and around £29 billion over the course of this Parliament.
Stronger domestic and overseas demand drove an improvement in new orders over the past quarter, though cost pressures continued to build, according to the quarterly CBI Scottish Industrial Trends Survey.
Government’s reforms to business energy efficiency tax landscape is broadly positive – however reforms look unlikely to be revenue neutral in the longer term.
The latest on Corporation Tax, education reform, employment law and new Government departments,,,
The Government’s business energy efficiency tax and policy review is moving in the right direction but there is still work to be done.
The latest policy developments in employment law, social clause, and CPD...
The CBI has responded to the announcement of an independent review aimed at ensuring energy costs remain low for businesses and households.
The CBI Scotland policy team is back up to full strength with Katie Dash stepping in as maternity cover for assistant director for policy Mari Tunby and Gregor Scotland joining as the new senior policy executive leading on Scottish devolved matters.