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Month: June 2021

New subsidy system to support UK jobs and businesses, boost the economy and strengthen the union

New UK-wide subsidy control system announced today to provide quicker and more flexible support to UK businesses following our departure from the EU decisions previously subject to approval by unelected EU bureaucrats to be decided in the UK devolved

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Leading Aluminium Recycling Organisation (ALUPRO) joins the UK Metals Council

ALUPRO, the industry funded, not for profit, aluminium recycling organisation has recently joined the UK Metals Council, UKMC. In welcoming ALUPRO as a new member of the Council, Chris McDonald, UKMC Chair and Chief Executive of the Materials Processing

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Delaying declarations for EU goods brought into Great Britain

For goods brought into Great Britain (England, Wales and Scotland) from the EU, you (or someone who deals with customs for you) may be able to delay sending HMRC the full information about your goods by up to 175 days after import. However, you cannot delay

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Trading and moving goods in and out of Northern Ireland

Before you move goods Before you move goods between Northern Ireland and non-EU countries (including Great Britain) If you plan to move goods between Northern Ireland and non-EU countries (including Great Britain), you’ll need an EORI number that starts

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Moving your goods to common or EU transit countries

Check what steps you need to take before moving your goods Check whether using common and Union transit is right for you. Get your business ready for using common and Union transit. Consider becoming an authorised consignor so you can start movements

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Nissan to create thousands of UK jobs in battery investment

Nissan is to announce a major expansion of battery production in Sunderland creating thousands of new jobs both directly and in the supply chain. The firm, which already makes the Leaf electric car in Sunderland, may also announce the launch of a brand new

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EU Votes in Favour of Steel Safeguard Extension

The European Commission’s proposal to extend steel safeguard measures for three years was adopted by EU member states on Friday, with 17 in favour, eight against and two abstentions, informed sources tell Kallanish. Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Sweden,

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Manufacturing Our Recovery Through Inclusion

The BSSA are keen to encourage inclusion and diversity in the workplace. MakeUK have released an important new report, Manufacturing Our Recovery Through Inclusion. Manufacturing Our Recovery Through Inclusion

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It’s International Women in Engineering Day Today

Which is a great opportunity to celebrate women in engineering, and at the same time, look closer at why women in manufacturing are still underrepresented in engineering roles. Despite 48% of women participating in the labour market:  Women only represent

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Innovative Manufacturing Working Group – Tuesday 29th June

Welcome to our very first Innovative Manufacturing Working Group meeting! Join us for this online event, to bring manufacturers, academic partners, funding bodies and others together, to look at how we can promote and support manufacturing innovation across

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