A Quiet Word:
Lobbying, Crony Capitalism
and Broken Politics in Britain

The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) is the national body of 52 accredited Chambers of Commerce across the UK, representing 92,000 businesses. Members range from growth-oriented start-ups to local and regional subsidiaries of multinational companies, in all commercial and industrial sectors, and from all over the UK. It has offices in both London, and Coventry. [1]
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January 2013

  • Mike Spicer, Senior Policy Adviser, British Chambers of Commerce gave evidence related to Minutes of EvidenceHC 78 on 14 Jan. [27]
  • Mike Spicer, Senior Policy Adviser, British Chambers of Commerce gave evidence related to Aviation Strategy on 14 Jan. [28]

November 2012

  • Dr Adam Marshall, Director of Policy, British Chambers of Commerce gave evidence related to Rural Communities on 7 Nov. [29]

March 2012

  • Steve Hughes, Economic Adviser, British Chambers of Commerce gave evidence related to BUDGET 2012 on 27 Mar. [30]

November 2011

October 2011

June 2011

  • David Frost, Director General, British Chambers of Commerce gave evidence related to High Speed Rail on 28 Jun. [35]

January 2011

September 2010

July 2010

  • Dr Adam Marshall, Director of Policy and External Affairs, British Chambers of Commerce gave evidence related to Immigration Cap on 20 Jul. [38]

September 2011

Dept. for Business, Innovation and Skills
  • British Chambers of Commerce met with Vincent Cable, Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, for general catch-up. [3]

July 2011

Cabinet Office

June 2011

Dept. for Work and Pensions
  • British Chambers of Commerce met with Steve Webb, Minister for Pensions, to discuss State Pension reforms, along with 9 others. [6]

May 2011

Dept. for Business, Innovation and Skills
  • British Chambers of Commerce met with Edward Davey, Minister for Employment Relations, Consumer and Postal Affairs, to discuss corporate social responsibility, along with 10 others. [5]
  • British Chambers of Commerce met with John Henry Hayes, Minister of State, to discuss Get Britain Working, along with 17 others. [5]
Dept. for Work and Pensions
  • British Chambers of Commerce met with Chris Grayling, Minister for Employment, to discuss Get Britain Working, along with 18 others. [6]

April 2011

Her Majesty's Treasury
  • British Chambers of Commerce met with George Osborne, Chancellor of the Exchequer, for general discussion. [7]

March 2011

Dept. for Business, Innovation and Skills
  • British Chamber of Commerce met with Mark Prisk, Minister of State, for regular meeting. [9]
Dept. for Communities and Local Government
  • British Chamber of Commerce met with Greg Clark, Minister of State, to discuss Localism Bill. [10]
  • British Chamber of Commerce met with Eric Pickles, Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, to discuss Localism, Economic Growth, Local Enterprise Partnerships. [10]
Dept. for Work and Pensions
  • British Chamber of Commerce met with Chris Grayling, Minister for Employment, to discuss Health and safety, along with 38 others. [12]

February 2011

Cabinet Office
  • British Chambers of Commerce met with Francis Maude, Minister for the Cabinet Office, Paymaster General, to discuss How British Chamber of Commerce can be involved in the Big Society. [8]
Dept. for Work and Pensions
  • British Chamber of Commerce met with David Freud, Minister for Welfare Reform, to discuss Welfare Reform Bill. [12]
Dept. for Education
  • British Chambers of Commerce met with Nick Gibb, Minister of State, to discuss the work of the BCC. [11]
Ministry of Justice
  • British Chamber of Commerce met with Kenneth Clarke, Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice, to discuss Bribery Act. [13]

January 2011

Dept. for Business, Innovation and Skills
  • British Chambers of Commerce met with Vincent Cable, Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, for regular meeting. [9]
Dept. for Communities and Local Government
  • British Chambers of Commerce met with Greg Clark, Minister of State, to discuss Localism Bill. [10]
Dept. for Work and Pensions
  • British Chambers of Commerce met with Chris Grayling, Minister for Employment, to discuss skills and training, along with 13 others. [12]
  • British Chamber of Commerce met with David Freud, Minister for Welfare Reform, to discuss Sickness absence and Pensions Bill. [12]

December 2010

Dept. for Work and Pensions
  • British Chambers of Commerce met with Chris Grayling, Minister for Employment, to discuss enterprise clubs. [17]
Ministry of Justice
  • The British Chamber of Commerce met with Jonathan Djanogly, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Justice, to discuss business and the Employment Tribunal position. [19]

November 2010

Dept. for Business, Innovation and Skills
  • British Chambers of commerce met with John Henry Hayes, Minister of State, to discuss skills. [14]
  • British Chambers of Commerce met with John Henry Hayes, Minister of State, to discuss skills, along with 18 others. [14]
  • British Chambers of Commerce met with Mark Prisk, Minister of State, to discuss Business Support Package, along with 20 others. [14]
Dept. for Transport
  • British Chamber of Commerce met with Norman Baker, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Transport, to discuss Spending Review Issues. [16]
  • British Chamber of Commerce met with Philip Hammond, Secretary of State for Transport, to discuss Transport Funding and Challenges. [16]
Home Office
  • British Chamber of Commerce met with Damian Green, Minister of State, to discuss the announcement of the limit on non-EU economic migration. [18]

October 2010

Dept. for Business, Innovation and Skills
  • British Chamber of Commerce met with Mark Prisk, Minister of State, to discuss local enterprise partnerships. [14]
  • British Chambers of Commerce met with Vincent Cable, Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, to discuss business, along with 17 others. [14]
Dept. for Work and Pensions
  • British Chambers of Commerce met with Chris Grayling, Minister for Employment, to discuss the Spending Review. [17]
Dept. for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
  • British Chamber of Commerce (BCC) met with Caroline Spelman, Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, to discuss Spending Review, along with 47 others. [15]
  • British Chamber of Commerce (BCC) met with Jim Paice, Minister of State for Agriculture and Food, to discuss Spending Review, along with 47 others. [15]

August 2010

Dept. for Business, Innovation and Skills
  • British Chambers of Commerce met with David Willetts, Minister of State, to discuss business. [20]
Dept. for Work and Pensions
  • British Chamber of Commerce met with David Freud, Minister for Welfare Reform, to discuss welfare reform. [22]
Dept. for Transport
  • British Chamber of Commerce met with Philip Hammond, Secretary of State for Transport, for introductory meeting. [21]

July 2010

Dept. for Business, Innovation and Skills
  • British Chambers of Commerce met with Edward Davey, Minister for Employment Relations, Consumer and Postal Affairs, for introductory meeting. [23]
Her Majesty's Treasury
  • Council of British Chambers of Commerce in Europe met with David Gauke, Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury, for Taxation discussion. [25]

June 2010

Dept. for Work and Pensions
  • Chambers of Commerce met with Chris Grayling, Minister for Employment, to discuss Budget. [24]
Her Majesty's Treasury
Home Office
  • British Chamber of Commerce met with Theresa May, Secretary of State for the Home Department, to discuss GEO's Senior Stakeholder, along with 21 others. [26]

May 2010

Dept. for Business, Innovation and Skills
  • British Chambers of Commerce met with Mark Prisk, Minister of State, for general catch-up. [23]
Home Office
  • British Chamber of Commerce met with Damian Green, Minister of State, to discuss limit on non-EU economic migrants. [26]

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