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The Electrical Industry Awards has announced stand-up comedian, author and chutney maker, Ian Moore as the host of its 25th-anniversary event.
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With less than a year until the issue of the new 18th edition Wiring Regulations, mail order trade supplier, ElectricalDirect, is urging electrical industry professionals to prepare now for the critical upcoming changes.
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