Rishi Sunak becomes the latest UK prime minister

Rishi Sunak becomes the latest UK prime minister
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Rishi Sunak is set to become the UK's fifth prime minister in six years following the latest Conservative Party leadership contest. Rishi Sunak is a former Chancellor of the Exchequer and will be the first British-Asian prime minister in UK history. He stood for leadership earlier this year, however, lost...
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Update the Northern Ireland protocol
Update the Northern Ireland protocol
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TDUK would welcome serious approach to solving trading issues with NI, but is the proposal on ditching the NI protocol really going to achieve that?
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An exciting month ahead for TDUK
An exciting month ahead for TDUK
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As we head into July, I thought it would be a good time to provide a quick update on the exciting activities happening at TDUK.
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A message from our chairman
A message from our chairman
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Timber Development UK Chairman, Chris Sutton, provides a quick update following the Easter weekend.
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Timber Development UK advises members to cease trading with Russia and Belarus
Timber Development UK advises members to cease trading with Russia and Belarus
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With an illegal invasion of Ukraine ongoing, Timber Development UK is advising all members to cease trade with Russia and Belarus.
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Gender equality today for a sustainable tomorrow
Gender equality today for a sustainable tomorrow
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As we enter International Women's Day on Tuesday 8 March, it is a good reminder to all in the built environment sector that we must do more to strengthen diversity.
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Building up the next generation of timber innovators
Building up the next generation of timber innovators
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Changing the way we build doesn't start on construction sites, but with the students and recent graduates who will shape the next wave of UK design innovation.
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How the Ukraine crisis will affect timber imports
How the Ukraine crisis will affect timber imports
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What impact, if any, do this week's events have on the timber sector?
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