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Set up cross-party commission to unlock future reforms.
CBI President Paul Drechsler delivered the opening speech of the CBI’s Annual Conference.
From investing in infrastructure and tackling droughts and floods to providing value for money, the water industry faces a range of challenges. But Heidi Mottram, CEO of Northumbrian Water, is confident that it's up to the task, writes Peter Curtis.
Decision must support UK’s emerging market air links. Having a single UK hub with spare capacity to add new routes is critical to the UK’s long-term sustainable growth, according to a new CBI report.
The EU isn’t perfect and can work better for business by doing less of what it does badly and doing more of what it does well
The majority of businesses think that the UK is better off in the European Union but it can do more to help them grow and create jobs.
The UK is not alone in wanting reform and by working with our European partners, we can create a Europe which works better for everyone.
We have the opportunity, right now, to achieve reform for a more outward looking, open and competitive European Union.
Business manifesto calls on parties to deliver prosperity for all in next Parliament and beyond
Ahead of the party conference season, the CBI is setting out the choices political parties must make to ensure the benefits of growth are felt by all people during the next parliament and beyond, including a major push to get Britain building.
CBI Director-General Carolyn Fairbairn has delivered her first keynote speech on diversity at an event hosted by law firm Latham & Watkins in London.
The press release for the event is available here.
The CBI welcomes the opportunity to respond to this Ofsted consultation on the proposals for a new framework for inspection.
What can Europe’s strongest exporter Germany bring to the entrepreneurial culture of the UK? Kärcher UK COO Mark Venner explains the Mittelstand formula
MITIE’s Ruby McGregor-Smith is no stranger to fighting for what she believes in. Now she’s determined to give outsourcing a better name.