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    APMG to hold UK manufacturing summer reception

    This coming July, the All-Party Parliamentary Manufacturing Group will be holding its much-anticipated summer reception in the Houses of Parliament. Speakers include: David Gauke MP, Financial Secretary to the Treasury; Kevin Brennan MP, Shadow Minister for Trade, Investment, and Intellectual Property; and Dame Judith Hackitt DBE, Chair of EEF.

    To find out more, please visit our event page below.

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    Lord Bilimoria of Chelsea joins Manufacturing Commission as new Chair

    Lord Bilimoria of Chelsea, a cross-bench peer, has expressed his delight at joining the Manufacturing Commission as its new Chair.

    With a background in manufacturing, and co-founder of Cobra Beer, an Indian beer brand manufactured in the United Kingdom and China, Lord Bilimoria is looking forward to getting involved with the research of the Commission.

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    May Newsletter out now

    Information on our Annual General Meeting,  speakers announced for our upcoming Parliamentary Summer Reception at the Palace of Westminster, and the launch of the Through-life Engineering Services National Strategy...

    Click here to view and share the newsletter online.

    The APMG produces a monthly newsletter, packed with news from across Westminster and the wider manufacturing sector. Make sure to sign up here to receive the newsletter straight to your inbox.

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    New report - 'Industrial Evolution: Making British Manufacturing Sustainable'

    The Manufacturing Commission launched its newest inquiry report, 'Industrial Evolution: Making British Manufacturing Sustainable', ahead of the Paris COP21 talks, in which it outlines vital measures that government and industry should take to ensure that British manufacturing is here to stay.

    Find out more about the report and download it on the link below.

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The All-Party Parliamentary Manufacturing Group (APMG) exists to encourage the exchange of knowledge and understanding between Parliament and the UK's diverse manufacturing industries, helping to raise the profile of manufacturing both inside and outside of Parliament.