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CBI congratulates Labour who ‘stands ready’ to work with Sir Keir Starmer 

5th Jul 24 7:23 am

Labour has won the general election in a landslide victory and Sir Keir Starmer has said “change begins now.”

Sir Keir said that after 14-years of Tory rule that “change begins right” and that Labour will bring “stability” and a “future” for the country.

The CBI has congratulated Sir Keir Starmer and have said they “stand ready” to work with Labour on “innovation, ideas, and investment” to bring the “shared mission a reality.”

The CBI said that the economy “is picking up steam” and now is the time to “get behind growth” for the country.

Rain Newton-Smith, CBI Chief Executive, said,“Congratulations to Sir Keir Starmer and the Labour Party. Delivering sustainable growth should be the defining mission for the new government. Business stands ready to bring its innovation, ideas, and investment to make that shared mission a reality.

“The new Prime Minister has been given a clear mandate to take the tough decisions on areas like planning reform and boosting grid capacity needed to get the economy firing on all cylinders. What firms need now is a government that’s ready to hit the ground running and is laser-focused on delivery.

“Households and businesses across the UK have shown incredible resilience through Brexit, Covid and war in Europe. With the economy picking up steam, now is the moment to get behind growth. Setting out a positive vision for the UK economy and leaning into our international leadership should be top priorities for the first 100 days.

“Building a partnership for prosperity between government and business holds the key to unlocking a revitalised pitch to global investors. By working with business, the new government can deploy the capability and capacity of industry to deliver the connected transitions across net zero, the digital economy, and the future of work needed to put the economy on a pathway to sustainable growth.”

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