MEPs urged to fight carbon-trading rules and help ceramics industry

CERAMIC industry leaders have called on their MEPs to fight new carbon-trading rules which could cost them millions of pounds.

Conservative Dan Dalton and Labour’s Neena Gill, who both represent the West Midlands in the European Parliament, visited Stoke-on-Trent today to offer their support to city businesses.


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