Chancellor announces the date of Fintech Week 2017 which will showcase the sectorís successes and aim to attract more investment into Britain.
- Holocaust memorial designs exhibition in Parliament
- FinTech Week 2017: celebrating Britainís status as global Fintech hub
- Two-year university courses come a step closer
- Current outage of online applications
- Open Day at HM Revenue and Customs
- New digital framework attracts thousands of small and medium-sized businesses
- UK troops on NATO mission join Estonian national celebration
- SJFHQ undertake valuable maritime familiarisation visit to HMNB Devonport
- CMA consults on Mastercard/VocaLink undertakings
- Government publishes Custody Image Review
Government proposes amendments to the Higher Education and Research Bill that will make real flexibility in learning a reality.
We are currently experiencing an outage to a number of our online systems.
Information on how to apply for places at HM Revenue and Customs Solicitorís Office Open Day in April.
The new Digital Outcomes and Specialists 2 framework from Crown Commercial Service and Government Digital Service is giving almost 2,000 SMEs the chance to become suppliers to the public sector.
Personnel from the Standing Joint Force Headquarters visit HMNB Devonport to expand their knowledge of how the Royal Navy and Royal Marines operate.
UK Armed Forces in Estonia have taken part in celebrations to mark the countryís Independence Day.
The CMA is consulting on undertakings offered by Mastercard to address competition concerns arising from its purchase of VocaLink.
The review sets out the government's view on the use and retention of custody images by the police.
H5N8 avian flu had been confirmed at a farm near Haltwhistle in Northumberland
In our Winter newsletter we look how insolvency forms are changing, welcome our newly appointed chairman, directors and criminal enforcement team, and put the spotlight on our work with the Home Office to disqualify the directors of companies employing illegal workers.
UKís approach to prevention through targeted lifestyle changes generates interest at Arab Health 2017.
Commission and police strongly advise charities against the use of cash couriers.
Product defect recall alert for Propofol Emulsion for Injection manufactured by Norbrook Laboratories Ltd.
Innovate UK-supported life science company Phynova finds further evidence that its plant-based food ingredient promotes healthy blood sugar.
Felicity Algate, Director of the Behavioural Insights Team will introduce Ďbehavioural insightsí and talk through examples behavioural insights approaches to public service design
The foundation stone for the £490m project, capable of powering up to 2 million homes, was laid today by UK Energy Minister Jesse Norman.
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Footage taken by MCA crew during a training flight
Experts from Defence Business Services (DBS) within the MOD are to attend the Who Do You Think You Are live event at the NEC, Birmingham.
Theresa May spoke to Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull about stability in the Middle East, Brexit and a free trade agreement.
The Lord Chancellor has appointed Mrs Justice Whipple as a Commissioner of JAC, following selection by the Judges' Council.
In this free seminar John will discuss the reality implementation of the Welsh legislation on homelessness two years on.
Scotlandís diverse LGBT community and equality campaigners will be celebrated at a reception in Edinburgh tonight [23 February 2017].
HS2 Bill gains Royal Assent paving way for new rail line that will increase capacity on our railways, connect the biggest cities, generating jobs and economic growth.
A consultation has been launched on five new codes of practice under the Investigatory Powers Act 2016.
IPO calls for views on whether there is any need for legislative change to deal with the issue of illicit IPTV streaming devices.
We welcome expressions of interest to deliver housing and debt services in North Hertfordshire.
The government has continued to sell shares in Lloyds Banking Group, reducing its remaining shareholding to less than 4%.
Read all the latest information about the Prisons and Courts Bill.
Commenting on the explosion of a device discovered at the home of a serving police officer, the Secretary of State Rt Hon James Brokenshire MP said:
Government announces £3.8 million for a Londonderry to London air route to begin at the end of March.
Bridging payments secured for eligible farmers awaiting their full BPS payment for 2016
Applications have opened for 750 'Fast Track' apprenticeships in government, with a closing deadline of 3 April 2017.
Greg Clark, Margot James and Jane Ellison held a retail roundtable with a number of the UKís top retail companies to discuss the Industrial Strategy Green Paper.
Consultation on reforming payments through the Litigatorsí Graduated Fee Scheme and changing rates for court appointee work is now open.
Successful local authorities will be awarded a share of £3.7m under this yearís Air Quality Grant scheme
Robin Walker, Minister at the Department for Exiting the EU, visited London Fashion Week to highlight the governmentís commitment to a "booming industry".
Self-driving car insurance and electric vehicle charge point measures introduced in Vehicle Technology and Aviation Bill.
Championship football team QPR are kicking unfairness towards the military out of football, by becoming the first London football league club to sign the Armed Forces Covenant.
Minister for Defence Procurement Harriett Baldwin has today announced a £146 million contract with MBDA to regenerate an air-launched missile, alongside her French counterpart Laurent Collet-Billon.
From 22 February 2017 the MMO will be issuing letters to fishermen.
MPs will be given the chance to speak Welsh in parliamentary debates in the Palace of Westminster for the first time ever this year.
Female permanent secretaries gather to celebrate the diversity and senior female leadership of the Civil Service with Her Majesty The Queen.
Britain will continue to work with the Baltic countries on areas such as joint defence and security.
The UK Space Agency and partners brought together government and industry to enable satellite launches from the UK by 2020.
You can prevent delays to Very High Cost Case family work by making sure you avoid a few common mistakes.
Statement from International Development Secretary Priti Patel and summary of how UK aid is already helping.
New government guidelines will stop senior fire officers from being re-employed in the same or similar roles after they have retired.
Dame Seona Reid has been reappointed by the Prime Minister as a Trustee of Tate for a second term of four years, until 12 May 2021
Government awards £4 million for tech projects that will cut congestion, speed up journeys and clean up the environment.
The Rt Hon Karen Bradley MP, Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, has re-appointed Alex Balfour and Victoria Harley as Commissioners for Historic England until 31st May 2021
New Specialist Quality Mark administration contract starts in tandem with small changes to audit process.
The Education Secretary's plans to strengthen qualified teacher status (QTS) and continued professional development from September 2019.
More than 350 employers have been named and shamed as the Government publishes a list of national minimum and living wage offenders.
Defence Secretary, Sir Michael Fallon today met apprentices working on Britainís new submarines who will benefit from a new £25 million Apprentice Training Facility at Barrow-in-Furness.
The Home Secretary has appointed Max Hill QC as the governmentís new Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation.
Businesses can win a share of £14 million to either develop quantum technology prototypes or establish technical or market feasibility.
We have changed how we confirm online applications for Land Registry portal users.
Leading the UK delegation at the IDEX trade show in Abu Dhabi, Minister Harriett Baldwin has announced the award of an innovative £82 million contract to Welsh company Qioptiq, who provide support for vital surveillance and targeting equipment to our UK Armed Forces.
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