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Last week, the BBC reported that the deadline for bids to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games has been extended after Birmingham's application was judged to be not fully compliant. Apparently, further assurances are required around government guarantees and the securing of suitable land for the athletes’ village.

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Undercover footage obtained by The Guardian and ITV News recently shed light on the hygiene breaches and tampered food safety records of the 2 Sisters Food Group. This prompted the knee-jerk reaction of household names, such as Aldi, M&S, and Tesco, to suspend orders, and culminated in the chicken supplier suspending operations pending further investigation.

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The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) will come into force in May 2018. The Regulations will become part of the growing legislative framework for data protection and security, and will have an impact for every size of company across the business landscape.

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The winning contractors for the first phase of building works for the HS2 highspeed railway between London and Birmingham have been announced by the Government this week. Balfour Beatty, Kier and Carillion are the big winners, having secured deals to construct large tracts of the first building phase.

brexit-implications

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Toblerones are smaller in size, Walker and Nescafé have increased their prices, and a third of UK businesses are drawing up plans to avoid post-Brexit tariffs. Brexit is a common concern in the procurement market, and although it is uncertain exactly how supply chains, contracts and the legal system will be affected, organisations are not wasting time in their preparations.

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