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Engineers unite to push for decent EU deal

A working group comprised of the UK’s leading engineering organisations has come together to push the government to get the least damaging EU deal for the engineering sector, which accounts for 27 per cent of UK GDP.

A working group comprised of the UK’s leading engineering organisations has come together to push the government to get the least damaging EU deal for the engineering sector, which accounts for 27 per cent of UK GDP.

Led by the Royal Academy of Engineering, the Engineering the future policy group includes 35 engineering organisations including the IET, the Institution of Mechanical Engineers and the Institution of Civil Engineers.

“This is a period of huge change and uncertainty so it’s imperative that we work together to ensure the best outcomes for UK engineering, which is so important to a vibrant and successful economy,” said Nigel Fine, IET Chief Executive. “We will do everything we can to ensure the interests of engineers and UK engineering are represented as strongly as possible.


Notices
The GPPBG held a very successful and enjoyable dinner and debate on Friday 26 February 2016 at the Bell Inn, Stilton, Cambridgeshire on the topic of The impact on Peterborough of the Bid for Devolution of Cambridge and PeterboroughTo read the full report visit the Events Page.

The next Annual Dinner will be held on 24 Feb 2017 at the Bell Inn in Stilton.



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