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Cameron announces late payment consultation

A consultation to tackle the problem of late payments to small businesses will launch later this year, following criticism of the Prompt Payment Code.

Finat warns label printers over new EU food regs

Self-adhesive label industry association Finat has warned label printers that they could be struck off supplier rosters if they fail to comply with the latest EU food safety regulations.

UK Print sceptical of Miliband's business rate plans

Ed Miliband will announce plans to freeze small business rates for two years, from April 2015 to April 2017, in his keynote speech at the Labour Party conference this afternoon.

New work experience health and safety guidance welcomed

The BPIF has cautiously welcomed last week's government announcement that it is to "debunk health and safety myths" relating to taking on work experience students.

Late payments subject of parliamentary inquiry

The Forum of Private Business (FPB) will be among a raft of business and industry representatives giving evidence at a cross party meeting next week examining the impact of late payment on SMEs.

JTI launches campaign against plain tobacco packaging

Cigarette manufacturer JTI has launched an advertising campaign against government proposals to mandate plain packaging for tobacco products following the discovery that Department of Health (DoH) officials have questioned the strategy's effectiveness.

BIS outlines Business Bank strategy

The government has outlined its plan to boost SME lending via the state-owned Business Bank, which will become the vehicle through which all government finance initiatives are administered.

Print welcomes Osborne's NIC and Corporation Tax cuts

A reduction in employers National Insurance Contributions (NICs) and a further reduction in Corporation Tax were among the few highlights of yesterday's Budget for printers.

Budget 2013: Live text

Live updates of the Budget 2013 and the measures that will impact UK print as it happens.

Paper firm fined 70,000 for employee death

A Corby paper manufacturer last week pleaded guilty to breaching health and safety regulations after an employee was killed when racking collapsed on her in 2009.

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