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PM kicks off government newspaper review

Theresa May has launched a review into the future of national and local newspapers, following the shutdown and downsizing of numerous titles across the UK.

Tobacco firms refused plain packaging appeal permission

The UK Supreme Court has refused permission for tobacco firms to appeal against the plain packaging for cigarettes legislation that will come into force next month.

First apprentices join new Prinovis scheme

Prinovis UK has welcomed the first entrants to a new apprenticeship programme that provides structured training over four years.

New law to tackle illegal use of print machinery to come into force

New legislation for England and Wales aimed at tackling the illegal use of specialist printing equipment has come into force.

Government outlines proposals to tackle late payments to SMEs

Following a consultation with businesses, trade bodies and professional associations, the Department for Business Innovation & Skills (BIS) has set out proposals to help address the problem of late payments to SMEs.

Timber regulations turn over a new leaf

That nothing even closely resembling the new EU Timber Regulations (EUTR) existed before they were launched in March, is kind of surprising. Most would probably have assumed that introducing illegally logged timber to the EU market had always been a criminal offence. But this wasn't the case.

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.

Rise in printer interest in recycling, according to J&G

A "significant increase" in enquiries from printers seeking information on recycling has been reported by waste management specialist J&G Environmental.

Noise in print still hazardous, HSE finds

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is to publish online a series of findings detailing noise exposure levels and their implications across the print industry.

UK employers need to get clued up on pension obligations

Retiring to the Costa Blanca, becoming a golf pro, turning a small back lawn into a veritable Kew Gardens. All visions that have for most people of late, begun to seem rather distant and ambitious thanks to austerity economics and talk of capping the state pension.

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