The Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry

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07 August 2020

Northern Ireland Protocol: Our response to additional guidance

The UK has published additional information related to the operation of the Northern Ireland Protocol in a new policy paper, Moving goods under the Northern Ireland Protocol.

04 August 2020

Preparing for the end of Brexit transition: Our response to DHSC guidance

The DHSC has published a letter setting out the government’s plan and requests of industry and the wider supply chain ahead of the end of the Brexit transition period to help ensure the continuity of supply of medical goods into and out of the UK.

29 July 2020

ABPI response to Committee inquiry into COVID-19 and international trade

The International Trade Committee has published its report and recommendations into COVID-19 and international trade. The ABPI's Chief Executive had given evidence to the Committee. 

20 July 2020

Positive results for the Oxford vaccine welcomed by ABPI

Positive news from early trials of the Oxford coronavirus vaccine indicating that the vaccine generates an immune response has been welcomed by the UK pharmaceutical industry. 



18 June 2020

Celebrating #WomenInStem for Womenspire

Before the coronavirus pandemic, this Thursday would have been the annual Chwarae Teg Womenspire Awards 2020 - celebrating the achievements of women from all backgrounds and stages in life or work across Wales. 

25 May 2020

Gavi: Partnering to protect future generations from infectious diseases

As Gavi marks its twentieth anniversary, a new report from the ABPI and IFPMA looks at the past successes of the Vaccines Alliance and what the future holds. Richard Torbett looks ahead to that commitment to protect future generations from infectious diseases.