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Pair jailed over fake passports and ID cards

Two men have been sent to jail for running a criminal business making and supplying false passports and ID documents.

Global Displays fined £14k after worker fractures arm

Global Displays has been fined £14,000 after one of its employees was injured when he was hit by a falling stack of panels.

Printers respond to calls to tackle workplace ageism

Printers and industry bodies have reacted to a report from the House of Commons' Women and Equalities Committee that says workers aged 50 and older are being failed by a lack of enforcement on age discrimination.

Midlands packaging firm fined £50k after worker injury

Leicester-headquartered Fusion Flexibles has been fined £50,000 after a member of staff lost three fingers in a cutting machine.

Wound-up waste paper merchant fined after worker killed

Wound-up waste paper merchant RRS London Waste Papers has been sentenced after health and safety breaches resulted in the death of one of its employees.

GDPR: EU's new data regs come into force

Today is the day that the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) rules come into effect, following their adoption by the European Parliament two years ago.

Fujifilm to take legal action over thwarted Xerox merger deal

Fujifilm has declared its intention to sue Xerox for damages, saying the latter had "no legal right" to unilaterally pull out of the planned merger deal.

InnerWorkings facing new legal action

InnerWorkings, the US-based print management and marketing giant that has a UK subsidiary, is facing legal action from investors once again over alleged financial misreporting.

Portland Print goes into liquidation after 57 years

Dickenson Tingdene, which traded as Portland Print, has gone into liquidation after almost 60 years in business, with 22 workers made redundant.

Bournemouth Colour Press appoints liquidators

Bournemouth Colour Press has gone into voluntary liquidation, citing a problematic takeover and £35,000 in bad debt, with its director setting up a new company, Bournemouth Creative Print.

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