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Home Secretary attends Finsbury Park attack memorial

Home Secretary attends Finsbury Park attack memorial

A year on from the Finsbury Park terrorist attack the Home Secretary attended a community event at Islington Town Hall.

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Apprenticeship opportunity at MAIB

Apprenticeship opportunity at MAIB

We are advertising a Level 3 Business Administration Apprenticeship within our publication department.

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David Bunting appointed interim General Counsel and Solicitor

David Bunting appointed interim General Counsel and Solicitor

David Bunting has been appointed following Gill Aitken’s decision to leave HMRC to take up a new role as Registrar at the University of Oxford.

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Veterinary Medicines Pharmacovigilance Annual Review 2016: Summary

Veterinary Medicines Pharmacovigilance Annual Review 2016: Summary

A summary of results from surveillance work carried out by the VMD's pharmacovigilance team concerning reported adverse events.

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Towbars merger abandoned

Towbars merger abandoned

The CMA notes the announcement that Horizon Global Corporation has abandoned its intended purchase of Brink International B.V.

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International Textbook Summit

International Textbook Summit

Education experts from around the world meet at first Textbook Summit.

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Direct Rail Services to the rescue

Direct Rail Services to the rescue

NDA subsidiary Direct Rail Services (DRS) stormed to the rescue when the weekend’s weather chaos left a Virgin Pendolino stranded between Carlisle and Penrith.

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£22m fund launched to boost construction skills

£22m fund launched to boost construction skills

20 on-site hubs to train more people to help deliver 300,000 new homes a year by the mid-2020s

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Home Office awards £1 million to help communities support refugees

Home Office awards £1 million to help communities support refugees

This will enable Reset to provide support to groups across the UK looking to sponsor refugee families as part of the community sponsorship scheme.

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Roadwork permits help cut driver disruption

Roadwork permits help cut driver disruption

Councils across England are being urged to take up a congestion-busting scheme that reduces disruption caused by roadworks.

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Digital and science engineering to be taught at new college

Digital and science engineering to be taught at new college

New University Technical College to create 750 new school places in Doncaster to meet local demand for world-class engineering and design skills.

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NHS Funding – An Extra £2 Billion For Scotland

NHS Funding – An Extra £2 Billion For Scotland

Scotland is to get a £2 billion funding boost from the UK Government, as a result of more cash going to the NHS in England.

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Home Office announces a new social media hub to tackle gang related online content

Home Office announces a new social media hub to tackle gang related online content

The Home Secretary Sajid Javid has announced £1.38 million to strengthen the police’s response to violent and gang-related online content.

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Changes to the Immigration Rules

Changes to the Immigration Rules

The government has announced today, changes to the Immigration Rules affecting a number of categories.

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Civil news: further chance to bid for 2018 contract work

Civil news: further chance to bid for 2018 contract work

New tender opportunity for 2018 face to face contract work will open shortly.

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Foreign Secretary's message for Eid ul Fitr

Foreign Secretary's message for Eid ul Fitr

Boris Johnson wishes Muslims in the UK and around the world a happy and peaceful Eid.

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Doctors and nurses to be taken out of Tier 2 visa cap

Doctors and nurses to be taken out of Tier 2 visa cap

More highly skilled doctors and nurses will be able to come to the UK under plans announced by the Home Office today.

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Doctors and nurses to be taken out of Tier 2 visa cap

Doctors and nurses to be taken out of Tier 2 visa cap

More highly skilled doctors and nurses will be able to come to the UK under plans announced by the Home Office today.

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Global Disability Summit update 15 June

Global Disability Summit update   15 June

Update from DFID's Head of Inclusive Societies with less than 50 days to go before the Global Disability Summit on 24 July 2018.

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May timetable disruption: launch of inquiry

May timetable disruption: launch of inquiry

ORR has published terms of reference for the inquiry into disruption caused by the May rail timetable change.

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North Yorkshire PCC to take on responsibility for North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service

North Yorkshire PCC to take on responsibility for North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service

The Home Secretary has approved North Yorkshire's Police and Crime Commissioner's proposals to take responsibility for North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service.

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More police and crime commissioners to be given fire authority voting rights

More police and crime commissioners to be given fire authority voting rights

The Home Office has today announced it will bring forward legislation which will enable more areas to access the benefits of emergency service collaboration.

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Interim National Schools Commissioner appointed

Interim National Schools Commissioner appointed

Regional Schools Commissioner Dominic Herrington to become acting National Schools Commissioner from the beginning of September 2018.

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CMA raises concerns over towbar merger

CMA raises concerns over towbar merger

The CMA has found that a merger between 2 of the largest towbar companies in Europe could damage competition in the UK.

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International Business Festival kicks off in Liverpool

International Business Festival kicks off in Liverpool

The 9-day festival includes 55 major events, 30,000 industry professionals and 200 world-class speakers.

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David Mundell visits Arbroath and Dundee

David Mundell visits Arbroath and Dundee

Secretary of State for Scotland David Mundell was in Arbroath and Dundee on Friday 8 June to discuss Brexit and the Tay Cities Deal.

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Foreign Secretary call with Aung San Suu Kyi

Foreign Secretary call with Aung San Suu Kyi

The Foreign Secretary today (11 June) spoke to Burma’s State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi about the welfare of the Rohingya people, and the recent violence in Kachin and Shan States.

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New Director General of Customer Strategy and Tax Design announced

New Director General of Customer Strategy and Tax Design announced

Ruth Stanier has been appointed following an open recruitment competition.

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Litter pick on World Oceans Day

Litter pick on World Oceans Day

Sellafield Ltd employees, contracting and community colleagues carried out a litter pick on Seascale beach to mark World Oceans Day 2018.

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Safety and Standards Showcase and Regulatory Excellence Awards

Safety and Standards Showcase and Regulatory Excellence Awards

The Showcase will be an excellent opportunity for regulatory professionals to meet, network and find out more about the Office.

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Baroness Williams visits India to strengthen counter extremism cooperation

Baroness Williams visits India to strengthen counter extremism cooperation

The Minister for Countering Extremism will address the Observer Research Foundation conference and meet Indian government ministers.

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Coal Authority Public Board Meeting – 14 June 2018

Coal Authority Public Board Meeting – 14 June 2018

The next Coal Authority board meeting will take place on Thursday 14 June 2018.

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Carillion: Official Receiver's employment update

Carillion: Official Receiver's employment update

The Official Receiver provides an update on employment within the Carillion group in liquidation.

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Education Secretary issues call to arms for school governors

Education Secretary issues call to arms for school governors

Damian Hinds calls on leading employers to lend their business expertise to support schools to improve education for every child

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Queen’s Birthday Honours List 2018

Queen’s Birthday Honours List 2018

The List pays tribute to those helping enhance the lives of children and young people with improvements to education, children’s services, and social mobility.

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Dramatic moment coastguard helicopter rescues two young boys

Dramatic moment coastguard helicopter rescues two young boys

Footage of a coastguard helicopter rescue of two boys in the 'nick of time' clinging to a rock in the sea at Hopeman East Beach.

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Civil/crime news: financial security and changing bank details

Civil/crime news: financial security and changing bank details

We need more information than previously to process requests to change bank details.

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Grave of D Day army medic rededicated 74 years after his death

Grave of D Day army medic rededicated 74 years after his death

The resting place of 29 year old Private Lacey Anthony Tingle, Royal Army Medical Corp, has been marked 74 years after his death.

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Four governors appointed to the British Film Institute

Four governors appointed to the British Film Institute

The Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, Matthew Hancock, has appointed Idris Elba, Robin Saunders, Andrew Smith and Phil Stokes to the Board of the BFI from 10 May, each for four-year terms.

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Consultation to give police greater confidence to pursue suspects

Consultation to give police greater confidence to pursue suspects

The Home Office is today launching a consultation to help tackle motorcycle-related crime by providing police officers with better legal protection.

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Dstl scientists inspire more women to choose STEM careers

Dstl scientists inspire more women to choose STEM careers

Two female scientists take roles at an annual conference to encourage more women and girls to study and work in science, technology, engineering and maths

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New welcome pack for charity trustees

New welcome pack for charity trustees

We have designed a welcome pack for new charity trustees. This pack can also be used by existing trustees to refresh knowledge and skills.

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Further new member appointed to the ACMD

Further new member appointed to the ACMD

The Home Secretary has appointed a further new member to the Advisory Council for the Misuse of Drugs (ACMD).

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Spring Statement 2018: what you need to know

Spring Statement 2018: what you need to know

The Chancellor has presented his first Spring Statement to Parliament – here's a summary of what he said.

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