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The BPIF is regularly consulted by the Government regarding the formulation of public policy. The Government and other decision-makers depend on a good flow of information and views from those who may be affected. The BPIF puts forward well researched and cogently argued cases and is respected as an authoritative advocate for the industry. The Government and Industry Committee is the principle forum at which the industry’s views are aired, in addition to Special Interest Groups where applicable. 

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Letter to Rt Hon George Eustice MP, Secretary of State for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs re packaging reforms - June 2021
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Letter to Small Business Commissioner re payment culture – June 2021
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BEIS PPC Survey – October 2020
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HM Treasury – Business Rates Review: Call for Evidence – September 2020
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Representation to the 2020 Comprehensive Spending Review – September 2020
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Department for Business Energy – Industrial Strategy – Climate Change Agreements
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MAC Call for Evidence – Salary Threshold and Points Based System (PBS) Commission
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Response to the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: 'Creating a Responsible Payment Culture: A Call for Evidence in Tackling Late Payment'
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BPIF response to the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Business Productivity Review
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Graphics and Print Media Alliance Response to the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Green Paper- 'Building our Industrial Strategy'
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A good Budget for print, supporting the industry's long-term future
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BPIF Spring Budget submission to Government 2017
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BPIF’s response to the Apprenticeship Levy Government Consultations
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European Commission investigation on the expiry of duty on Chinese coated fine paper imports
1. Do you import coated fine paper from China? 2. Do you use any coated fine papers, including coated fine papers sourced from Europe? Please read this – it will affect you: Five European paper producers have lodged a request for review of the expiry of the anti-subsidy and anti-dumping duties applicable to imports of coated fine paper from China. The duty was set to expire on 15 May 2016 but has been extended until a final decision on the expiry review is made. Your input could affect the outcome of this review!
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BPIF responds to Government consultation on Regional growth Fund and calls for parallel support for sectors
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Access and unfair practices during union recognition/ de-recognition ballots
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Electoral Administration Bill
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TUPE – Transfer of undertakings (protection of employment)
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Simplifying Business Support by Government
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Creating a Higher Value Added Economy
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