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LCCI London Businesses and Brexit

Survey of London businesses on behalf of LCCI.

47% of London business leaders believed looser immigration restrictions on workers from outside the EU should be a medium or high priority.

31% consider minimising restrictions on access to labour from the EU as a high priority in the renegotiations that Prime Minister May will soon commence.

24% of business leaders (excluding sole traders) said the current immigration status of their EU employees is causing uncertainty.

44% of business believed that making decisions on major infrastructure such as a new airport runway was very important for the London economy.

56% of London business leaders said that until formal talks to leave the EU start, increased devolution of tax and spending powers to London would be important for the London economy.

Date Published: 13th October 2016

Categories: Business | Economy | Professionals

Client: LCCI


ComRes interviewed 504 business decision-makers between August 3 and 31 2016. Data were weighted to be representative of all London businesses by company size and broad industry sector.

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