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Trade Secretary signs landmark first partnership with EU nation

Business and Trade Secretary Kemi Badenoch signs UK-Italy export and investment partnership boosting UK exports, help create jobs, increase wages and grow the economy.

  • Kemi Badenoch signs UK-Italy export and investment partnership on visit to Rome – the first such partnership between the UK and any EU country.
  • Partnership will strengthen our post-Brexit export and investment links with Italy and intends to boost a trade relationship worth more than £43


The Importance of choosing the right LSP

Below is an article written by Lifeline Language Services, the company we trust to translate all our documents, about the importance of trusting the Language Service Provider (LSP) that you use.

A look back at … boots.

No, not boots made for walking - CV joint boots. One of the big projects recently was the translation of a load of content about these overlooked pieces of rubber into 27 languages. Our tame in-house engineer spent


Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II

It is with deep sorrow that we acknowledge the passing of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II.


Queen Elizabeth has been a reassuring constant throughout our lives, ascending to the throne on 6 February 1952, making her the longest-reigning monarch in British history. Over the past 70 years, Her Majesty has been dedicated to the service of our country and the Commonwealth, demonstrating an enormous sense of duty and commitment.


Our thoughts are


UK agrees historic trade deal with New Zealand

Prime Minister seals free trade deal with New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern?

Boost to British exporters and small businesses as both countries ditch tariffs?and?cut?red tape

More opportunities to live and work in New Zealand and deeper cooperation on digital trade and climate change

A comprehensive trade agreement with New Zealand will cut?red tape for businesses, end tariffs on UK exports and create new opportunities


Prime Minister's automotive roundtable: 19 October 2021

The Prime Minister met with representatives for leading British and global companies in the automotive sector this afternoon (19 October 2021) to discuss the UK’s electric vehicle revolution.

The Prime Minister set out the UK’s world-leading commitment to phase out the sale of new petrol and diesel cars by 2030, with growing numbers of electric vehicles coming on the market and more chargepoints being rolled out across the country. He also welcomed company investments in