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Barnard & Westwood prints Royal Wedding invitations

London-based fine printing and bookbinding specialist Barnard & Westwood has produced the invitations for the upcoming wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

Campaign launched to keep passport production in the UK

Unite the union has teamed up with the Daily Mirror newspaper to launch its campaign calling for the production of UK passports to remain in the UK.

Calls for Home Office to reverse 'outrageous' passport decision

A huge row has erupted after news that the £490m UK passport contract has been awarded to Franco-Dutch firm Gemalto was leaked to the media – prior to any official announcement from the Home Office – with incumbent supplier De La Rue vowing to appeal and Unite mobilising a campaign to reverse the decision.

De La Rue shares fall as CFO quits

De La Rue’s chief financial officer is leaving the business, as the group’s share price fell by nearly 20% after it said upcoming results would be at the lower end of City expectations – and there is still no news on the crucial tender for UK passports.

Historic printer Stones in administration after cash crisis

Henry Stone has gone into administration just four months after the collapse of its ill-fated venture into web offset at Stones Ashford, and will be wound down immediately.

CirclePrinters in web offset buy

In the latest consolidation move in the high-volume printing arena CirclePrinters has made another acquisition, and has also set its sights on possible buys in the UK.

Hayzer joins Rhapsody as key part of growth strategy

Media production agency Rhapsody has recruited two new senior members of staff as part of a bid to double turnover by 2020.

New owner of SP and Service Graphics outlines plans

The new owner of Service Graphics and SP Group has pledged to "revitalise" the businesses under private ownership.

Solid results for Communisis as it launches new growth strategy

In the 12 months to 31 December 2017 Communisis reported increases in revenues and profits with a significant reduction in net debt, whilst securing two major long-term contracts.

NME to cease print edition

The iconic British weekly music publication, which launched in 1952, has been axed as part of the brand’s digital-first strategy. The last edition will hit the stands on 9 March.

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