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Brexit Policy

The UK Chamber maintains a politically neutral position on Brexit and seeks to maintain the best interests of its members, no matter what deal is struck. 

Since the referendum in June 2016, we have published a series of position papers that outline our views, and have been vocal in the press, calling for what we think will maintain our top three Brexit priorities, which are:

  • To preserve the existing ease of doing business,
  • To ensure UK business has access to the world’s brightest talent and
  • To reform domestic maritime policy to put the UK on the best possible footing after Brexit.

CONTACT: 

Matthew Wright, Brexit policy advisor
Tel: 020 7417 2834 / 07850 916142 
Email: mwright@ukchamberofshipping.com

  • UK Chamber position papers

    The UK Chamber has produced a series of position papers that outline what our Brexit priorities are and why

  • Brexit progress

    A traffic-light analysis of how well the Brexit negotiations meet the UK Chamber's key aims

  • UK & EU position papers

    The UK and European Union have set out their Brexit priorities in a series of position papers, all of which are accessible here

  • Brexit timeline

    We have compiled the timeline of events that are significant to policy makers on an industry, national and Europe-wide scale

  • Stakeholder map

    We've drawn up a roadmap of how we intend to promote and preserve the interests of the nation's shipping industry as the UK leaves the EU

  • Statements and blogs

    Some of the comments we have published or said in the press about Brexit