Co-Executive Director Hannah Essex comments on the Government’s announcement of flexible rail fares trials and fares trials funds
The British Chambers of Commerce’s Quarterly Economic Survey reveals that the UK economy ended 2019 in stagnation, amid long term uncertainty, rising business costs and a slowing global economy.
Dr Adam Marshall, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce comments on the second reading of the Withdrawal Agreement Bill.
In an open letter, Adam Marshall calls for the Prime Minister to make good on election promises and work with businesses on skills, infrastructure and Britain’s departure from the EU.
UK economic growth in 2020 is forecast to slow to its weakest rate since the financial crisis as higher government spending struggles to offset falling business investment, weakening net trade and sluggish consumer spending.