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News 24 October 2018


Standing on the shoulders of giants in a rising sea

Standing on the shoulders of giants in a rising sea

Emma Howard Boyd, Chair of the Environment Agency, speech to the Global Engineering Congress - 24th October 2018

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PM appoints new member of Senior Salaries Review Body

PM appoints new member of Senior Salaries Review Body

Prime Minister Theresa May has appointed Ms Pippa Lambert as a member of the Senior Salaries Review Body.

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Guidance launched for in house monitoring centres

Guidance launched for in house monitoring centres

The Surveillance Camera Commissioner has launched guidance for in-house monitoring centres in partnership with NASCAM.

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Brave World War 2 Halifax crew buried in dignified ceremony in Albania

Brave World War 2 Halifax crew buried in dignified ceremony in Albania

Seven crew members of 148 (special duties) squadron RAF have been laid to rest almost 75 years after they were killed in World War 2.

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Canary Wharf hub officially opened to save £24 million per year

Canary Wharf hub officially opened to save £24 million per year

Over 6,000 civil servants are expected to move into Canary Wharf as part of an effort to save money and reduce Whitehall office buildings.

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Campaign launched in Luton to unite town and tackle extremism

Campaign launched in Luton to unite town and tackle extremism

Building a Stronger Britain Together partners with Luton Borough Council

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DASA Supplier Showcase Event

DASA Supplier Showcase Event

The Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) is looking for investors and business mentors to attend a Supplier Showcase event in London on 4 December 2018.

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Statement on Sir Jeremy Heywood

Statement on Sir Jeremy Heywood

Sir Jeremy Heywood today announced that he is standing down as Cabinet Secretary and Head of the Civil Service.

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100 days left to file your 2017 to 2018 tax return

100 days left to file your 2017 to 2018 tax return

Avoid the last minute rush to complete your 2017 to 2018 Self Assessment tax return by completing it early.

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