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De La Rue takes on tobacco task for HMRC

HMRC aims to crack down on the illicit sale of tobacco products through a new multimillion-pound contract with De La Rue.

£50m polymer tender underway

The Bank of England has launched a £50m tender for the supply of banknote polymer over an eight-year period.

De La Rue revamps, readies hard Brexit passport plan

De La Rue could have to step in to issue emergency passports in the event of a hard Brexit, and is discussing contingency plans with the Home Office despite losing the tender to produce UK passports earlier this year.

New COO joins Adare SEC

Former Communisis director Tom Prestwich has joined Adare SEC as its new chief operating officer.

New £50 notes to be printed on plastic

The Bank of England has confirmed it plans to issue a new £50 note printed on polymer.

De La Rue wins Swedish krona contract

De La Rue has won a three-year contract to produce currency for the Swedish central bank, Sveriges Riksbank.

De La Rue designs Mandela centenary notes

South Africa’s Reserve Bank (SARB) has issued its first-ever set of commemorative banknotes to mark the birth centenary of Nelson Mandela.

De La Rue accentuates the positives

Underlying sales and profits are up at De La Rue, but the group’s results were overshadowed by the ongoing fall-out over the UK passport contract loss, which has resulted in one investor viewing the group as again being a potential takeover target.

De La Rue cans plans to challenge passport deal

The saga over the future production of UK passports has taken another dramatic twist - De Le Rue has abandoned plans to pursue a legal challenge against the Home Office’s controversial decision to favour a low-cost continental supplier.

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.

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