Chamber to hold EU business briefings

Bondholder East Midlands Chamber has warned that politicians campaigning on both sides of the debate for the UK to remain in or leave the EU must keep it free from spin, rhetoric and misdirection.

East Midlands Chamber is politically neutral and won't be campaigning to stay or leave, but is keen to inform businesses of the facts with a series of business briefings, seminars and other events across the region.

Scott Knowles, President of East Midlands Chamber, said: "Chamber research does not reveal deeply-entrenched positions on either side of the EU debate, rather that businesses simply want more information and greater clarity on issues such as EU red tape and legislation, employment law and reforms to the Single Market for goods and services."

The referendum will feature as part of discussions at the Chamber's Members' Council on 27th April and at its President's Dinner on 21st April in Derby.

For more information please email policy@emc-dnl.co.uk