The UK’s top five business groups have joined forces as part of their goal to create a net-zero free UK by 2050.
Commenting on the first estimate of GDP for Q3 2020, published today by the ONS, Suren Thiru, Head of Economics at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said:
In October, the British Chambers of Commerce launched a campaign to recognise the incredible work that UK businesses are doing, in the most challenging of years.
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In this extremely challenging time, where education has had to adapt and move more online, it is vital young people are able to access online educational resources and do their homework from home.
Results from the British Chambers of Commerce Quarterly Recruitment Outlook (QRO), in partnership with Totaljobs, found that the number of firms attempting to recruit in the third quarter had increased on the previous one, albeit from historic lows.