News & Blog

Read the latest business news, blogs and thought leadership articles from our members, as well as updates on the Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce's work in the city.

News & Blog
  • Brexit process must take into account the practical implications for business

    Brexit process must take into account the practical implications for business

    31st May 2017

    The UK’s decision last June to leave the European Union has enormous consequences for all of us – for businesses this means leaving an institution that has been the cornerstone of our trading relationship with the European continent for over 40 years.

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  • A pre-Brexit analysis of current rules surrounding the right to work in the UK
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    A pre-Brexit analysis of current rules surrounding the right to work in the UK

    25th May 2017

    Until the UK formally leaves the EU, European Economic Area (EEA) and Swiss nationals remain entitled to live and work in the UK without being subject to immigration control – employers need only carry out appropriate checks to confirm rights to work.

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  • Maclay Murray & Spens LLP to host Brexit and People Seminar

    Maclay Murray & Spens LLP to host Brexit and People Seminar

    25th May 2017

    The UK and the EU have recognised the sensitivity of the position of individuals and their rights post the UK exiting the EU. It is also one of the most immediate issues facing employers.

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  • The nuts and bolts of a model for Brexit

    The nuts and bolts of a model for Brexit

    19th May 2017

    The Norway model. The Swiss model. The Turkish model. A CETA (the EU-Canada trade deal) inspired Free Trade Agreement. What kind of deal can the UK strike with the EU? And can businesses prepare for one of these options – or even for the possibility of leaving the EU without a transitional or future agreement in place in 2019?

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  • UK Workers Voice Concern over Brexit

    UK Workers Voice Concern over Brexit

    9th May 2017

    UK workers are showing significant resilience in the face of Brexit uncertainty, according to research commissioned by international law firm Pinsent Masons.

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