As the clock ticks down, reaching an agreeable deal with the EU is looking worryingly unlikely. We must avoid the cliff-edge of a no-deal Brexit, and its damaging impact on jobs and growth across the UK.
London First is campaigning for Government to stop the clock, revoke Article 50 and come up with a plan that can command parliamentary support. If this cannot be achieved, the decision must go back to the people.
Beyond this, we are continually capturing our business leaders’ perspectives, to ensure Government can address the needs of business as we prepare to exit the EU.
See our research with Lloyds Banking Group on business attitudes towards a transition period.
We are working hard to prepare our capital, whatever the outcome of Brexit, by delivering on our three key priorities: people, homes and transport.
People: immigration and skills
Keeping London open, making sure business can attract the people and develop the skills needed to remain competitive.