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Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee
Inquiry launched on 2 March 2018. One-off evidence concluded.
The Committee will be taking evidence from GKN, Melrose Industries and Unite the Union on the future of GKN. It will provide an opportunity for the current owners of this major UK supplier to the automotive and aerospace industries to set out its plans for the company and for Melrose to explain why they are better equipped to run it.
The Committee will explore the potential impact of the takeover on jobs, research and development, defence supply chains and for pension holders in the context of the Government's industrial strategy.
Evidence given by Anne Stevens, Chief Executive, GKN, Jos Sclater, Group Finance Director, GKNChristopher Miller, Co-founder and Executive Chairman, Melrose Industries, David Roper, Co-founder and Executive Vice-Chairman, Melrose Industries, Simon Peckham, Co-founder and Chief Executive, Melrose IndustriesTony Burke, Assistant General Secretary for Manufacturing, Unite the Union, Steve Turner, Assistant General Secretary for Aerospace, Unite the Union
There are currently no public meetings scheduled.
Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee examines how the GKN takeover will affect workers