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Coffey was previously Minister of State at DEFRA, from July 2019, and before that the Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at DEFRA, from July 2016 Read more

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The study, conducted in August and September 2019 by an independent specialist research firm, surveyed 850 SMEs from across the UK Read more

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The Q3 Manufacturing Outlook survey comes on the back of the latest PMI data earlier this week and shows all indicators have weakening significantly, with investment and domestic orders in particular turning negative Read more

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Currently three million tonnes of UK domestic waste is exported to the EU annually, either for recycling or to be used a refuse-derived fuel Read more

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666,521 cars rolled off production lines in the first six months of the year, a year-on-year loss of 168,052 units due largely to falling demand in key markets Read more

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The report has also highlighted how the EU is lagging behind the UK in seeking to prevent the worst effects of a no-deal Read more

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The call follows the new Prime Minister’s appointment of prominent pro-Brexit politicians to key Cabinet positions Read more

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The survey found that 29 per cent of companies believed that the impact of no-deal would be ‘very’ negative Read more

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‘Manufacturing: Stepping up to the sustainability challenge’, takes the temperature of sustainability progress in manufacturing and shows that despite the challenge of Brexit, 50 per cent of manufacturers are making headway with their sustainability Read more

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The study found that the gross value of the industry would decrease by 12 per cent over the next 15 years Read more

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The Q2 Manufacturing Outlook survey published by Make UK and business advisory firm BDO LLP, shows that domestic and export orders are continuing to trend down as the boost of artificial stockpiling unwinds Read more

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Michelle Heseltine

A manufacturing sector logistics expert has warned that the lack of Brexit progress since the deadline was extended to Halloween is increasingly scaring businesses trading with the EU. Read more

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The survey of 900 firms conducted in April 2019 shows that while four in 10 respondents want the UK to leave the EU, only 27 per cent think it will actually happen Read more

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Despite the uncertainty facing UK businesses through Brexit, SIS Pitches has reaffirmed its commitment to British manufacturing with this major investment Read more

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ARBURG GmbH + Co KG

The letter was signed by partners Juliane Hehl, Renate Keinath, Michael Hehl, and Eugen Hehl Read more

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Despite the delay, Theresa May has still insisted the UK will be aiming the leave the EU with a deal as soon as possible Read more

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In a joint letter sent today to each of the EU 27 member heads of state and Chief Negotiator Michel Barnier, Make UK and Ceemet warn of the risk of economic shocks if negotiators fail to agree a deal that works for business in both the UK and the EU Read more

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The impact of Brexit preparations remained a prominent feature at manufacturers in March, as efforts to build safety stocks led to survey-record increases in inventories of both purchases and finished products Read more

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The results conclusively rejected a no-deal Brexit, and showed that a majority of BPF members voted in favour of revoking Article 50 to avoid no-deal or entering into a customs union Read more

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The government is reminding companies that export waste from the UK to review their contingency plans in case of disruption at ports, should the UK leave the European Union without a deal Read more

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