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The All-Party Parliamentary Manufacturing Group is a cross-party coalition of Parliamentarians, manufacturers and industry organisations that works to develop new industrial policy ideas, critique existing government decision-making around manufacturing and help the manufacturing community better engage with the policy process. 

With renewed political focus on the need to rebalance our economy and begin the 'march of the makers' the APMG is proud of the role it plays in ensuring policies and programmes to support the manufacturing sector achieve consensus from all parties, and across industry. 

The APMG holds regular events and seminars in Parliament and across the UK, publishes newsletters summarising manufacturing policy stories, industry news, and other political developments, and produces short briefing papers to present different perspectives on particular policy issues.

The group also conducts longer term research into more complex or emerging industrial policy topics, through cross-party Inquiries and the Manufacturing Commission.

If you have any questions regarding the Group, its members or its activities and events, please don't hesitate to contact us.

APMG commitment to transparency and scrutiny

The APMG is committed to ensuring its activities, membership and funding are entirely transparent. The Group regularly speaks to Government on key manufacturing policy issues, and campaigns widely for consensus-driven cross-party industrial policy to be adopted across Government. However, in doing so, the APMG lobbies on behalf of the manufacturing industry as a whole; never on behalf of one organisation or its specific members. 

The APMG operates according to a strict Code of Governance and its work is driven solely by its Parliamentary Officers and Members. The Group is funded through a combination of annual membership fees from its associate (non-parliamentary) members and project based sponsorship for specific research projects. However, the Group's non-parliamentary members do not have voting rights within the Group and cannot dictate its activities. The Group's entry on the official Parliamentary Register of All-Party Groups can be viewed here.

The APMG is administered by Policy Connect, the leading network of Parliamentary groups, research commissions, forums and campaigns working to inform and improve UK public policy. Policy Connect is committed to upholding the principle of transparency in UK parliamentary and public affairs and welcomes any questions you may have on its work and activities. 

This is not an official feed of the House of Commons of the House of Lords. It has not been approved by either House or its committees. All-Party Parliamentary Groups are informal groups of Members of both Houses with a common interest in particular issues. The views expressed in the webpages are those of the group.