He features in a dispatch from the BCC for the Chancellor Rishi Sunak to tackle the rising cost of doing business.
Simon calls for a rethink about the tax burden on business and the government’s proposed NI increase amid the situation in Ukraine, the after-effects of Covid and ever increasing energy prices.
Simon is a board member of Dorset Chamber, which is accredited to the BCC.
The Spring Statement is next Wednesday, March 23. The BCC’s full press release is below:
Spring Statement: Chancellor must act now to ease ‘cost of doing business crisis’
The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) is urging the Chancellor to take bold and decisive action in his Spring Statement to tackle the escalating cost of doing business crisis.
As global and domestic headwinds mount following the invasion of Ukraine, the BCC believes […]