Breaking News: British Irish Chamber of Commerce welcome agreement on Brexit negotiations

8th December 2017:  British Irish Chamber of Commerce welcome agreement on Brexit negotiations   Businesses relieved by commitment to borderless trade on these islands   Chambers calls on negotiators to swiftly commence talks on the future trading relationship   The British Irish Chamber of Commerce has reacted to the announcement by the President of the […]

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‘Big Principles for a Strong Brexit Partnership’ receives widespread media coverage

Thursday 30 November 2017:  On Monday 27 November, The British Irish Chamber of Commerce published a framework for how trade between the UK, Ireland and the EU could work in a post-Brexit world. The report ‘Big Principles for a Strong Brexit Partnership‘ follows extensive consultation with the Chamber’s nine sectoral policy committees and external stakeholders over […]

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BRITISH IRISH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE LAUNCHES ITS BIG PRINCIPLES FOR A STRONG BREXIT PARTNERSHIP

PROPOSAL “POLITICALLY AMBITIOUS BUT TECHNICALLY ACHIEVABLE” PUTS FORWARD A FRAMEWORK FOR A NEW “CUSTOMS ARRANGEMENT” THAT WOULD AVOID THE NEED FOR A BORDER ON ISLAND OF IRELAND EU POSITION TAKEN INTO ACCOUNT AS IS UK POSITION TO NOT ACCEPT FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT   Monday, November 27, 2017: The British Irish Chamber of Commerce has today […]

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UK BUDGET 2017

22 November 2017:  Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond delivered his second Budget today. The Key Announcements include: Preparing for Brexit – an extra £3 billion over the next two years It will include funding to prepare the border, the future immigration system and new trade relationships; £1.5bn additional funding in 2018-19; and £1.5bn in 2019-20. Additional department funding […]

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