Brexit is the single most important factor influencing our mission for London. Our aim is to secure the best possible outcome for business, which means retaining as many of the benefits of EU membership as possible.
Access to talent at all levels is what matters most to business, and we’re focusing our Brexit activity on immigration and skills.
We also know that getting our capital Brexit-ready means ensuring London is in the best possible shape to remain globally competitive beyond 2019.
This is why we’ve made People, Homes and Transport our three priorities.
Brexit — what we’re doing:
We’re bringing business leaders together on a mission to boost Britain’s skills. Our goal is a skills system where employers can access talent from the local workforce, and Londoners feel equipped for the jobs of today and tomorrow.
We are holding government to account on delivering December’s Brexit deal. We’re laying out the options for our future relationship with the EU, and briefing members on how negotiations are progressing.