to The five largest business organizations in United Kingdom whip to the political parties for their internal struggles and by the uncertainty created by the postponement of the vote on the agreement by the Brexit
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The british business people have closed ranks and have confessed to being "horrified" by the chaos incited by the politicians for lack of 100 days for the date fixed for the Brexit, the 29 march 2019. In a joint note, the five largest business organizations in the United Kingdom whip to the political parties for their internal struggles and by the uncertainty created by the postponement of the vote on the agreement by the Brexit until next year.
"The companies we have looked with horror at how the politicians are focused on the struggles between the different factions, instead of taking the practical steps needed to continue to move forward", can be read in the statement signed by the employer's industry (CBI), the Chambers of Commerce British, by the Institute of Directors (IoD), the Federation of Small Businesses and by the organization of manufacturers EEF.
"The lack of progress in Westminster means that the risk of a 'non-agreement' is increasing", warn employers, alarmed at the possibility of Government support in the last instance, the option considered by the Secretary of the Treasury as the most detrimental from the economic point of view, with a severe reduction in GDP of around 8% in the next 15 years.
The entrepreneurs have accused the Government of punishing with a "low blow" to the economy, and especially smes, with the further reform of the immigration system in 40 years. Interior secretary Sajid Javid announced the end of the freedom of movement after the Brexit and the equalization of the citizens of the EU with those from other countries, to reduce the flow of immigrants from the continent in a 80%.
"businesses of all sizes are reaching a point of no return, and many of them are putting in place contingency plans, with a significant cost of time and money," adds the joint note. "Companies are diverting investment that should serve to boost productivity, innovation and job creation, and yet are being used for storing goods and materials and to plan for the transfer of offices, factories, jobs, and payment of taxes outside of the United Kingdom".
The Confederation of British Industry (CBI) gave its official backing to the agreement of the Brexit signed by Theresa May, while recognizing that "it is not the perfect solution". "Let's be clear and honest," warned the director general of the CBI, Carolyn Fairbairn, days before filtration to the television channel ITV of several emails internally that reveal the discontent among the employers with the agreement concluded with Brussels.
Even so, the entrepreneurs considered the plan May, as an option clearly preferred against the possibility of "no agreement", advocated by several ministers within the cabinet and by the representatives of the tough wing of the Conservative Party, led by Jacob Rees-Mogg, the same that drove the motion of confidence failed to relieve Theresa May as party leader and as first minister.
"we encourage parliamentarians of all parties take advantage of the pause of Christmas to consult with local businesses in their constituencies", concludes the note of the business organisations, we have also put the shout in the sky by the cerrojazo to the european immigration post-Brexit.
In a new nod to the hardliners of the 'tories', the conservative Government aims to reduce up to 80% the flow of immigrants from the European Union, to lower the level of net annual immigration of between 10,000 and 25,000. "The europeans will no longer jump the queue", he warned in his day, Theresa May, criticised for continuing to create a climate of permanent hostility towards immigrants.
"The Government is not attending to the needs of companies", has denounced Kate Nicholls, executive director of UKHospitality, the organization of the sector of the hospitality and restaurant industry. "We are faced with a decision on ideological not going to benefit british companies and that in fact is going to hurt our economy."
Mark Hilton, head of immigration and employment, warned in advance of the minimum wage which is studying the Government for the posts of worked skilled (equivalent to 35,000 euros per year) would result in the automatic expulsion from London of "at least half of the foreign labour".
Nine out of ten companies have been recognized to be already having difficulties to fill the vacancies of work this past year, according to a study by the IWC. The Confederation of Employment has warned that the public sector, mainly health and education, faces at least seven years of vacancy by the lack of foreign workers, mainly nurses and teachers.
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