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Priorities for Print sets out our members' current concerns on a number of key issues facing the industry and the actions that we believe need to be taken by Government to address these. It also introduces MPs and members of the House of Lords to one of the UK's most technologically advanced and economically important manufacturing sectors.

Priorities for Print 2017 - 2020

Priorities for Print sets out our members' current concerns on a number of key issues facing the industry and the actions that we believe need to be taken by Government to address these. It also introduces MPs and members of the House of Lords to one of the UK's most technologically advanced and economically important manufacturing sectors.

Our priorities are:

  • Productivity
  • Profitability
  • Promotion
Priorities for Print 2017 - 2020

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  • The All Party Parliamentary Print Group The All Party Parliamentary Print Group (APPG) was established in 2001 and exists to provide a forum in which the issues impacting on the printing industry may be debated
  • Government & Industry Committee The Government and Industry Committee aims to influence developments, prioritise issues, gain understanding and set the agenda.
  • Consultations The BPIF is regularly consulted by the government regarding the formulation of public policy.
  • European Legislation Tracker Downloadable Intergraf Factsheets.
  • Lobbying Updates for Members Downloadable lobbying update for members.
  • Meet Your MP We're always looking for ways to connect our members with the country's decision-makers, check out our 'Meet Your MP' guides.
  • Pledge for Print The BPIF are asking all parliamentary election candidates - and therefore potential MPs - to sign our ‘Pledge for Print'.
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