Topic Resources

Parliamentary Activity

BCC acts as secretariat for an All-Party Parliamentary Group, formed by a group of MPs with ceramic interests in their constituencies. 

Scroll

TOPIC RESOURCES

BCC MEMBER LOGIN

VIEW UPCOMING EVENTS

Political Update

In March 2016, following the launch of the British Ceramics Confederation’s EARTH campaign, a group of Members of Parliament with ceramic interests in their constituency decided to form an All-Party Parliamentary Group. 

The purpose of the group is to broaden the understanding of ceramic manufacturing in the UK among parliamentarians, to promote ceramic manufacturing as an asset within the UK economy and to provide a forum for parliamentary discussion on the issues impacting the industry.

The officers of the group are: Jonathan Gullis MP (Chair), Jack Dromey MP and Stephanie Peacock MP (Vice-Chairs), Jack Brereton MP (Treasurer) and Aaron Bell MP (Secretary).

The BCC acts as secretariat to the group. In line with transparency rules, a list of active members of the APPG, statement of income and expenditure, reports for the group, dates of meetings and minutes are available from the secretariat. 

Topic Resources

File not listed below or in archive? Please try some of the following options:


Parliamentary Activity

16.02.2020

Westminster Hall Debate Secured by Wendy Morton MP

Read

16.02.2018

Westminster Hall Debate on Ceramics Secured by Tristram Hunt MP

Read

16.02.2018

Ceramics Raised in Energy Intensive Industries Debate

Read

16.02.2018

Ceramics Raised in Debate on UK Steel Crisis

Read

16.02.2018

APPG Vice-Chair Wendy Morton’s PMQ mentioning BCC member Potclays

Read

16.02.2018

Ceramics Raised in the EU Referendum Debate

Read

16.02.2018

Ceramics and the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Read

16.02.2018

Raised in Industrial Strategy Debate

Read

16.02.2018

Ceramics Mentioned in Lords

Read

16.02.2018

Issues Raised with Prime Minister

Read

16.02.2018

Vice Chair raises Gas Storage Issue

Read

16.02.2018

Shadow Trade Secretary Raises Ceramic Concerns

Read

16.02.2018

Series of PQs on Tiles AD Case

Read