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Welcome note from Sue RobinsonBack

SueRobinson2Dear Colleague,

This week saw the start of the Party Conference season in Manchester with the Labour Party. At the Labour party conference, I had some interesting and productive meetings with Richard Burden MP, Shadow Transport Minister and Baroness Cohen. We discussed a number of issues including apprenticeship reform, unfair trading practices, the Consumer Rights Bill and the FCA’s study into GAP insurance. Once the party conference season is over we will provide you with a full summary of our activities and meetings.

I have also been in Brussels this week continuing our lobbying on unfair trading practices and the need for a pan-European industry Code of Practice. I met with a number of European trade bodies including the Federation of Publishers and the European Federation of Food Agriculture and Tourism. We discussed competition law and power in supply chains to find common ground with issues around unfair trading practices. Also, and more importantly, at the European Car Dealer conference Carlo Pettinelli, Director, Industrial Innovation and Mobility Industries, European Commission DG Enterprise, confirmed that the European Commission would continue the call for a joint Code of Practice between manufacturers and dealers, and failing this they would take steps to regulate.

I am now looking ahead to next week’s Conservative Party Conference for round two in our lobbying efforts!

Sue Robinson, Director

Posted by Sue Robinson on 26/09/2014