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APPG Webinar Week announced

The British Cleaning Council (BCC) and Cleaning and Maintenance (C&M) magazine have worked together to launch a week of free webinars looking at the work of the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for the UK Cleaning and Hygiene Industry. APPG ...

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Churchill Group’s Charlotte Parr signs on to support APPG for the UK cleaning and hygiene industry

Churchill Group has announced that Charlotte Parr is working to support the work of the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for the UK cleaning and hygiene industry. The APPG exists to promote the importance of cleaning and hygiene to everyone in the ...

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MPs and Peers to be briefed by prominent cleaning and hygiene sector figures

Prominent figures from the cleaning and hygiene sector will brief MPs and Peers on Tuesday April 20 about how to restore people’s confidence in using work and public spaces following the Covid-19 pandemic. The key session is being run by ...

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New APPG to champion cleaning and hygiene worker’s rights

The new All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for the cleaning and hygiene sector has been inaugurated to represent the interests of the cleaning and hygiene sector in Parliament and influence MPs, ministers and Government. The British Cleaning Council, which sponsors the ...

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Proposed APPG ‘should call for key worker status and vaccines for cleaning and hygiene personnel’

The proposed All Party Parliamentary Group for the cleaning and hygiene industry will have the status of the sector’s operatives as key and essential workers, and their priority for Covid-19 vaccination, as a priority. The British Cleaning Council (BCC), which ...

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APPG will give cleaning and hygiene sector a voice in Parliament

The British Cleaning Council (BCC) is sponsoring the creation of an All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) to represent the cleaning and hygiene sector in the Houses of Parliament. The aim is to give the industry a voice in Parliament, allow it ...

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