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Worcester’s Key Safe Company to showcase new products at NEC Birmingham

Worcester’s Key Safe Company to showcase new products at NEC Birmingham

The Key Safe Company, a provider of key storage products based just outside Worcester, is looking to grab attention at a major Midlands trade show They’re set to exhibit the new ark Tamo range during The Security Show at the NEC near Birmingham from 30 April to 2 May. As well as offering a platform for British businesses in the trade, the event will also stage the inaugural Security & Safety Entrepreneur Awards. Key Safe has been shortlisted for Entrepreneurial Business of the Year: up to £10m, while founder David Ogden is in the running for Entrepreneur of the Year. The company’s new product range aims to provide secure, reliable and user-friendly storage units for keys, accessed effectively at the point of need. Group sales director James Buckle said the response he and David received from industry experts at a recent trade show in Las Vegas was overwhelmingly positive. “I’ve been involved in international sales for 20 years, and I must admit, it was one of the best trade shows I’ve ever been to in …

Unease in Labour NEC as expelled party members’ appeals all rejected | Labour

Labour has so far rejected all appeals it has dealt with by members expelled for breaking party rules, its governing body has revealed, prompting questions over the fairness of the disciplinary process. Party officials told the national executive committee (NEC) that 62 applications for appeal had been judged to have failed by the independent law firm that advises on complaints. Seven more appeals that were believed by the law firm to have some chance of success were referred to the party’s national constitutional committee (NCC), which deals with disciplinary matters, and were subsequently rejected. A further 95 appeals have yet to be assessed. The Guardian understands that most of the individuals who have been expelled were found to have expressed support for organisations that have been proscribed, including Labour Against the Witchhunt, which questions the party’s efforts to fight antisemitism. All requests for appeals are assessed against the party’s rules by an independent firm to determine if the request satisfies one or more of the grounds of the appeal as set out in the party’s …