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At a critical moment for the UK economy, the chancellor must be bold and deliver a big budget that prioritises economic confidence and investment. A budget that prioritises goodies and giveaways rather than future-proofing the economy would be a dereliction of duty by the government as a whole.feedback
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Oct 23 2017 Brexit
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Adam Marshall is associated, including UK and EU. Most recently, Adam Marshall has been quoted saying: “The best possible Brexit deal won't be worth the paper it's written on if conditions for growth aren't right here at home. Action to slash the upfront costs faced by business, to incentivise investment, and to improve mobile coverage and infrastructure would lead to a real boost to productivity, wages and trade.” in the article Boost skills, cut taxes and invest more, business groups and unions tell Hammond.
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Jul 06 2017 - Brexit

All who care about business must make this point loudly and clearly.feedback

Jun 26 2017 - Brexit

We must ensure our parliamentarians are focusing on infrastructure and investment too.feedback

Jun 25 2017

The cost of doing business in the UK is too high – and weighs on the investment, recruitment and growth capabilities of our firms. Companies are faced with significant currency fluctuations and rising upfront costs, and their growth efforts are hampered by skills shortages.feedback

Jun 23 2017

Minimum wage rates need to be set according to the state of the economy and what the market can bear, based on clear evidence, not an arbitrary numerical target.feedback

Jun 12 2017

They need to look at the measures and take forward those that make a positive impact, and pause those which may undermine business confidence. This is not the time to be proposing significant interventions.feedback

May 29 2017

As a longtime proponent of a Unified Patent, the UK government should commit to ratifying the agreement as soon as possible – and explore all avenues for the UK to continue to participate in the Unified Patent system after the UK leaves the EU.feedback

May 15 2017

This could create costs and uncertainty for small and medium sized firms. It is not that they are uncaring - it is the worry they would have on how to manage through quite a difficult position for them.feedback

May 02 2017 - Brexit

You could have the best Brexit deal in the world, (however) it's not worth very much if your domestic economic conditions, if the fundamentals for business in (the U.K.) aren't as good as they could be.feedback

Apr 30 2017 - Brexit

While businesses all across the UK want a good Brexit deal, they are very clear that decisions taken here at home matter as much – if not more – to our future growth prospects. The best possible Brexit deal won't be worth the paper it's written on if firms cannot recruit and train the right people, get decent digital connectivity, or get their goods to their market.feedback

Apr 18 2017

Cyber-attacks risk companies' finances, confidence and reputation, with victims reporting not only monetary losses, but costs from disruption to their business and productivity. While firms of all sizes, from major corporations to one-man operations, fall prey to attacks, our evidence shows that large companies are more likely to experience them.feedback

Apr 13 2017

Many firms tell us their short-term expectations are strong, but that the medium-term picture is far from clear.feedback

Mar 28 2017 - Brexit

Business communities across the UK always like to see the back of red tape. But they want any change to be considered carefully.feedback

Mar 25 2017

This is exactly the time when practical support for SMEs is more important - helping businesses access a new market is very practical, it is not about what might happen in three- to five-years' time. Trade missions and trade fairs are great access points for a lot of businesses. In some of our competitors countries, entire ministerial agendas are built around them, budgets are allocated to ensure as many SMEs as possible can get to them - it is that kind of thing which does work in a number of different sectors.feedback

Mar 14 2017 - Brexit

Thanks to the hard work of businesses and the continued resilience of the redoubtable British consumer, the UK economy is likely to grow somewhat more strongly than we'd previously expected during 2017. Yet with several years of unspectacular growth ahead, coupled with inflationary pressures and the uncertain outcome of Brexit negotiations, it has never been more important to tackle the longstanding constraints that limit business confidence and growth here at home.feedback

Feb 06 2017

For firms that import, it's now more expensive, and companies may find themselves locked into contracts with suppliers and unable to be responsive to currency fluctuations.feedback

Jan 30 2017 - Brexit

These results are an important reminder of the fact that it is businesses that trade, not governments.feedback

Jan 15 2017

A wave of further rail strikes like the one in the south east would hit investment, job creation and confidence, and undermine the livelihoods of millions of people.feedback

Jan 05 2017

Inflation has emerged in our survey as a rising concern for many businesses. Both manufacturing and services firms say they are under pressure, particularly from the rising cost of inputs, which is squeezing margins and may weaken future investment.feedback

Dec 12 2016

What we do know is that this year quite a lot of businesses are saying 'it's business as usual'. Trading conditions with the exception of the sterling depreciation are still the same … They can still trade into the same markets they could before etc.feedback

Oct 10 2016 - Deloitte

While there is a lot of uncertainty in the U.K.'s relationship with the EU, the government can give certainty by greenlighting infrastructure project, lowering business costs and rolling back the tone of interventionism which has concerned many firms in recent weeks.feedback

Oct 09 2016 - Deloitte

The slowdown in services is concerning because it obviously is the dominant sector in the UK economy.feedback

Sep 11 2016

They (the government) should start with the long list of business-boosting infrastructure projects that have been put on hold for far too long - including a firm decision on a new airport runway, new nuclear investment, and road and rail schemes.feedback

Mar 11 2016

The UK's economic performance is reasonably good when measured against our main competitors, but it's only mediocre when compared against long-term trends.feedback

Nov 04 2015

From sales and orders to confidence and investment intentions, many of the business indicators we track are at a low ebb.feedback

Oct 18 2013

If we are exporting £500 billion a year at the moment, that could be a boost of up to £100 billion a year.feedback

Oct 18 2013

The UK needs to start language learning much earlier and it needs to continue until much later. Language learning needs to become a core part of the curriculum if we are going to achieve our goal of rebalancing our economy away from consumption and towards exporting.feedback

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