Investment in infrastructure could help mitigate the risks of Brexit, according to the Federation of Master Builders (FMB).
Innovate UK is making a new fund available to help small businesses expand overseas.
EY’s Head of Government and Public Sector Björn Conway talks to PoliticsHome’s Agnes Chambre about the challenges and opportunities of a post-Brexit Britain.
David Hawkes of the Chartered Institute of Building, responds to a report by RICS which found construction firms had cut back their expectations of growth for the next 12 months.
Latest quarterly global survey from ACCA and IMA reveals a subdued sentiment, with many more firms scaling back investment.
Labour MP Chris Leslie outlines why the Commons needs to hold the new Brexit Department and its ministers to account.
Green party MP Caroline Lucas explains why she thinks Britain needs to have a general election this year.
The Chairman of the Bar, Chantal-Aimee Doerries QC, has invited Hugh Mercer QC to chair a Bar Council working group to consider the ramifications for the profession of Brexit.
Ahead of his 10 minute rule bill, Liberal Democrat MP Tom Brake writes about the importance of EU citizens being certain they are able to stay in the UK following the referendum.
Association of Chartered Certified Accountants' Manj Kalar analyses what Brexit could mean for the public sector in financial terms.
Innovative businesses working in the UK’s energy, infrastructure, biomedical and quantum technology sectors will be supported by up to £57.5 million of new funding announced today by Business Secretary Sajid Javid.
Labour MPs Seema Malhotra and Stephen Kinnock propose that a new Special Parliamentary Committee (SPC) on EU Renegotiation be established to ensure a strong voice for Parliament in the Brexit negotiations.
Following last week’s EU Referendum and with the UK population voting to leave the European Union, the GGF remains open-minded about the changes that will come and will continue to work with parliamentarians and Government departments on the many issues affecting the glass and glazing industry.
As the fallout from the UK's decision to leave the EU - a scenario which would have seen implausible to many business and political leaders 18 months ago - it's time to pick up the pieces and work out what Britain's post-EU business landscape will look like.
Mark Hatton, Senior Partner for EY in the North East, comments:
Jon Clark, EMEIA Oil & Gas Transactions Leader, comments:
UK economy faces an inevitable period of uncertainty, but trade, regulatory and fiscal levers will be available in the near-future that EU membership previously restricted or denied, says EY.
Stephen Cooper, head of Industrial Manufacturing at KPMG UK comments on the implications of the EU referendum results.
How UK governments from now use their freedom from EU policy constraints will be watched closely, says EY.
The National Federation of Builders respond to the referendum result and urge the Government not to 'repeat past mistakes' by cutting capital spending to communities and local government.
Commenting on today’s decision to leave the EU, Chairman of the Bar, Chantal-Aimée Doerries QC said:
Steve Varley, EY’s UK Chairman, discusses the implications of the EU referendum
Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron makes a final appeal for a Remain vote in today's EU referendum, saying Britain can prove it is an "outward looking, tolerant and better nation".
This interactive map will show you every MP’s stance on the EU referendum.