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News 13 September 2018


UK spokesperson statement in response to recent rocket attacks in Iraq

UK spokesperson statement in response to recent rocket attacks in Iraq

Following recent rocket attacks in Iraq, a UK government spokesperson has issued a statement.

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£200 million Derby rail upgrade works to deliver more reliable services and tackle bottlenecks, says Rail Minister

£200 million Derby rail upgrade works to deliver more reliable services and tackle bottlenecks, says Rail Minister

Derby station gets £200 million of government investment in upgrades including new platform, new track layout and upgraded signalling.

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UK Government Agriculture Bill   Scotland myth buster

UK Government Agriculture Bill Scotland myth buster

Agriculture is devolved and will remain devolved, this Bill does not change that

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Statement at the Human Rights Council on the prevention of genoicide

Statement at the Human Rights Council on the prevention of genoicide

Statement delivered to the UN Special Rapporteur on Truth, Justice & Reparation and the UN Special Advisor on prevention of genocide - UN Human Rights Council 39th Session

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Cyclists in Buckinghamshire set to benefit from new cycleway

Cyclists in Buckinghamshire set to benefit from new cycleway

Walking and cycling minister Jesse Norman welcomes new cycleway between Aylesbury Station and Waddesdon Manor, created by a £1 million investment.

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Celebrating 100 years of forestry at the UK’s biggest forestry show

Celebrating 100 years of forestry at the UK’s biggest forestry show

Forestry Commission England and Forest Research have joined forces to celebrate 100 years of forestry at the 2018 APF show this September.

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Celebrating 100 years of forestry at the UK’s biggest forestry show

Celebrating 100 years of forestry at the UK’s biggest forestry show

Forestry Commission England and Forest Research have joined forces to celebrate 100 years of forestry at the 2018 APF show this September.

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Innovative ideas that could grow the economy: apply for funding

Innovative ideas that could grow the economy: apply for funding

Organisations can apply for a share of up to £20 million to develop game-changing technologies with commercial potential that could lead to UK economic growth.

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New form of leave for children transferred during Calais clearance to join family

New form of leave for children transferred during Calais clearance to join family

The government has announced a new form of leave for children transferred to the UK to reunite with their families during the Calais camp clearance in 2016.

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Call for evidence: A re inspection of the Home Office’s application of the good character requirement.

Call for evidence: A re inspection of the Home Office’s application of the good character requirement.

The Chief Inspector calls for evidence in relation to his re-inspection of the Home Office’s application of the good character requirement in the case of young persons who apply for registration as British citizens.

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Minister commits to transnational partnership

Minister commits to transnational partnership

Sam Gyimah announces funding to boost UK-US international exchange programme

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Compensation boost for northern passengers as 'delay replay' is extended

Compensation boost for northern passengers as 'delay replay' is extended

Northern passengers to benefit from an extended 'Delay Repay' compensation scheme including delays of 15 minutes from December 2018.

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Government Chemist supports FSA allergen awareness campaign

Government Chemist supports FSA allergen awareness campaign

Michael Walker, Referee Analyst, will present at the Anaphylaxis Campaign Corporate Conference in September 2018 on regulation of food allergens

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David Mundell helps launch Lockerbie memorial cycle

David Mundell helps launch Lockerbie memorial cycle

Five local bike enthusiasts are to cycle from Lockerbie to Syracue University to mark the 30th anniversary of the Lockerbie bombing

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