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Anton director pleads guilty on all charges

Brian Thomas, one of the five former directors of Anton Group charged with Cheating the Public Revenue, has pleaded guilty at Southwark Crown Court to all three charges brought against him.

Former Anton directors submit pleas as trial slated for next year

Four of the five former Anton Group directors charged with Cheating the Public Revenue have submitted pleas, including some guilty pleas, with a trial for the remaining charges set for November next year.

Five-figure fine for Brown Brothers as worker loses fingers

Paper and film supplier Brown Brothers Group has been fined for health and safety breaches after a worker seriously injured his right hand while operating a press.

Two firms fined after workers lose fingers

Two companies have been fined for health and safety breaches after workers sustained hand injuries on their equipment.

Hobs Group secures further £4m investment from BGF

Hobs Group has received a further £4m investment from the Business Growth Fund (BGF) to continue the expansion of its 3D printing, reprographics, facilities management and legal support services businesses in the UK.

Former Anton bosses charged with tax fraud

Five former Anton Group directors have been charged with Cheating the Public Revenue.

Legal team changes at BPIF

The BPIF has appointed a new head of BPIF Legal after Anne Copley announced her intention to retire at the end of the month.

HSE invites views on manufacturing safety

The Health & Safety Executive (HSE) wants input from organisations involved in manufacturing on its new draft plan on health and safety within the sector.

Diamond Box bounces back after HSE investigation

Corrugated packaging manufacturer Diamond Box has said it is set to invest around £2.5m in new bespoke equipment and expand into an additional site weeks after receiving a hefty fine following a Health & Safety Executive (HSE) investigation.

Antalis poised to float as parent hit by $138m court claim

Antalis and Arjowiggins parent Sequana has lost the latest round of its long-running High Court battle with BAT Industries and has filed for temporary creditor protection in France while it looks to dispose of Arjo’s security paper operation and launch an IPO at merchanting arm Antalis.

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