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Business needs competence, not division, BCC warns Conservatives

BCC calls on Conservative Party to demonstrate competence and coherence for economic wellbeing.


BCC: New apprenticeship system is increasing costs and uncertainty for business

Nearly a quarter (23%) of levy-paying firms have no understanding of the Apprenticeship Levy.


Chamber comments on Tour de Yorkshire returning to Doncaster

Fantastic opportunity to showcase Doncaster on an international scale.


Labour Party Conference: BCC reacts to Jeremy Corbyn speech

Businesses of all sizes want to see pragmatism, realism and economic competence across politics.


Doncaster Business Awards update

The judging has commenced...


BCC comments on McDonnell, Starmer speeches at Labour Party Conference

Businesses want Brexit transition deal agreed, and trade talks firmly underway, by the end of year.


Economic update

UK public sector net borrowing (excluding public sector banks stood at £5.7 billion in August 2017.


HMRC Large Business Risk Review Roadshow


Prime Ministerís Florence speech was welcome effort to break impasse in negotiations with EU

Dr. Adam Marshall, BCC, comments on Prime Minister's Florence speech.


BCC comments on Prime Ministerís Florence speech

A significant majority of businesses want a transition that is longer than the proposed two years.


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