The CBI co-hosted a roundtable to understand these challenges and develop new ideas for government policy.
The roundtable was co-hosted alongside the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. A member steering group - one of the ways the CBI consults with members on specific issues to help drive progress forward - has also been created.
The CBI consults with members when exploring any issue to understand the real-world business impact of policy decisions.
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