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  • Tuesday 1st December – Online Christmas Party 2020

    Tuesday 1st December – Online Christmas Party 2020

    Register now for the Labour Business Online Christmas Party Tuesday December 1st 2020. A two-part event with Shadow Chancellor Anneliese Dodds MP followed by a Light-hearted Political Quiz hosted by Phil McCauley, editor of Labour Business TV.Read More »
  • Friday 16th October – 6pm:  Working Life After Corona Virus

    Friday 16th October – 6pm: Working Life After Corona Virus

    This joint event with the Fabian Womens Network brings together a panel of women who have very different experiences of a changing working life during the crisis. We will be discussing how Labour can support businesses and workers as we come to terms with the changes brought by both the health and the economic crisis.Read More »

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  • Labour Business Hospitality Sector Statement

    Labour Business Hospitality Sector Statement

    There has been a lot of speculation over the last few days about the issue of 1m social distancing. This issue has become totemic, as the magic bullet that will fix the hospitality industry. That is incorrect and the issue is becoming a distraction from the real issues being faced by hospitality. The reality is that businesses and staff are being let down by a government that is still slow to test, track and trace.Read More »
  • Labour Business members overwhelmingly reject ‘No Deal’ Brexit, seek close alignment with extended 2-year transition period

    Labour Business members overwhelmingly reject ‘No Deal’ Brexit, seek close alignment with extended 2-year transition period

    As a follow up to our previous all-member survey on the economic impact of Coronavirus,  in early April, we’ve just completed another all-member survey on how the pandemic has influenced views on a Brexit extension.   The survey was conducted between 16 and 19 May. The results have been shared with the Leadership.  In brief , our members believe the Government should apply for the longest possible extension (2 years) to the transition period to allow time to achieve the best possible deal for the country and allow time for businesses to adapt for the new trading relationship with their biggest market outside the UK. Read More »

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