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News 12 June 2018


Secretary of State for Scotland David Mundell responds to the EU (Withdrawal) Bill vote

Secretary of State for Scotland David Mundell responds to the EU (Withdrawal) Bill vote

Scottish Secretary David Mundell has commented on the Commons vote on amendments to the EU (Withdrawal) Bill.

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Improvements to Countryside Productivity Small Grants scheme

Improvements to Countryside Productivity Small Grants scheme

A number of changes have been confirmed today to the Countryside Productivity Small Grants scheme

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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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Change to procedure for making claims to Bona Vacantia estates

Change to procedure for making claims to Bona Vacantia estates

From 2 July 2018, third parties who represent claimants will be required to provide the claimant’s written authority to make the claim on their behalf.

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Davie appointed new chair of Creative Industries Council

Davie appointed new chair of Creative Industries Council

CEO of BBC Studios appointed Industry chair of Creative Industries Council.

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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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