By Ben Fernandes, EU Policy Officer Despite the UK’s withdrawal from the EU, it is most definitely in the interest of both sides to cooperate when addressing climate change. Political leaders on both sides of the Channel have been keen to advocate a green recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic, and it would seem to be an area where the two sides would naturally work together … Continue reading To What Extent Do the UK’s and EU’s Climate Policies Differ?
Read why he chose to intern with us and how he has experienced his summer at the Chamber. Hi Wilhelm, tell us a bit about yourself, please. I am originally from Germany and lived in the UK for about four years, first for school and then for university. My interest in EU-UK relations really started with my exchange year at a school in the Northeast of England, in Barnard Castle to be precise. After finishing my A-levels in … Continue reading Meet Wilhelm Emmrich, our summer intern!
Why is Belgium an attractive entry point into the EU and destination for trade and investment? By Louise Holton Belgian – UK Bilateral Relations The UK and Belgium are close and long-standing trading partners. While the UK’s relations with the European Union date back to 1957, Belgian-British relations alone date back long before Belgium was founded in 1830. In 2020, the UK was Belgium’s 8th largest … Continue reading Belgium, your UK-EU Gateway for Trade and Investment
Read Yasmine Lingemann’s blog to find out how the changes in VAT on July 1st 2021 will affect you and your business. Continue reading Changes in VAT: What that means for you
If it weren’t for Covid-19, Brussels New Generation may not have set up the Mentoring Scheme, which has ended up being one of our proudest accomplishments to date. Read Yasmine Lingemann’s blog to find out how you can join BNG in celebration of the Mentoring Schemes’ 1 year anniversary. Continue reading If it weren’t for Covid: BNG Celebrates Mentoring Schemes’ 1st Anniversary
By Louise Holton Data adequacy refers to a status issued by the European Commission when a country outside of the European Economic Area (EEA) provides equivalent measures of personal data protection to those in European Law. On 19 February 2021, the European Commission released a draft adequacy decision for data flows between the EU and UK, meaning the UK provides an adequate level of personal data protection to its EU subjects. Once … Continue reading The Dynamic Data Landscape
Read Lizzie Gull’s blog on why the Covid-19 pandemic has negatively impacted men more than women, and how you and your business can help moving forward. Continue reading Are Working Mothers Bearing The Brunt Of Covid-19?
Read Yasmine Lingemann’s blog to learn how BritCham celebrates and reflects on International Women’s Day 2021. Continue reading BritCham Celebrates International Women’s Week
By Euan Carey There’s only a week to go until our virtual trip to the European Parliament in Strasbourg. We absolutely cannot wait to show you what we have in store. Grab a drink, get comfy – this is going to be the best trip to Strasbourg you’ve never had! As you enter Strasbourg (virtually!) you will be able to enjoy all that the Chamber … Continue reading ‘Sensational Strasbourg’- Why you MUST be there!
Read Yasmine Lingemann’s blog to learn why supply chains are falling apart and what needs to be done to save the global economy from the repercussions. Continue reading Supply Chain is Only as Strong as its Weakest Link