The Secretary of State for Scotland today [Friday 22 June 2018] visited Glasgow School of Art (GSA), to hear about the impact of the fire.
- David Mundell visits the scene of the Glasgow School of Art fire
- Pubs Code Adjudicator (PCA) Bulletin June 2018
- Allegations of wrongdoing in Edexcel's C4 maths paper
- Pilot launched to boost early language skills and cut teacher workload
- Britain leads first ever European conference on veterans mental health
- Update your charity details: improved service coming soon
- Poundworld Retail Limited in administration: how to claim redundancy or register as a creditor
- Sports groups score £400,000 funding boost to tackle extremism
- Civil/crime news: LAA annual report and accounts and DLAC report
- ESFA apprenticeship service - UK leader of digital transformation, after winning Digital Leader 2018 award
Ofqual statement on allegations of malpractice or wrongdoing in Edexcel's C4 maths paper taken on 22 June 2018
Latest information from the PCA .
Revised measures to boost every child's early language and communications and give teachers more time to interact with their pupils, ahead of full consultation
During the summer we will launch an improved service for you to keep your charity details up-to-date.
Ministers and senior military officials from six European countries have gathered in London to discuss mental health issues affecting veterans.
Poundworld Retail Limited entered into administration on 11 June 2018.
Legal Aid Agency (LAA) annual report published alongside Director of Legal Aid Casework (DLAC) report.
Ten sports-based community projects to receive up to £50,000 as part of the government’s Building a Stronger Britain Together (BSBT) programme.
The Government Chemist team contributed to MoniQA, an international conference on food fraud and allergen management, in Vienna on 7 and 8 June 2018
Our apprenticeship service is confirmed as a UK leader of digital transformation, after winning the title ‘Digital Public Service Innovation of the Year’ at the Digital Leader 2018 Awards ceremony, last night.
The two announcements were made by the Chancellor in his Mansion House speech.
We have been made aware of an incident recently where an individual is claiming to be an MHRA staff member from the supplements area.
The Prime Minister has appointed Tonya Nelson and Molly Stevens as Trustees of the National Gallery for 4 years commencing 2 July 2018
Investigation into the runaway of a road-rail maintenance vehicle near Bradford Interchange station, 8 June 2018.
Organisations can apply for a share of £125,000 to investigate ideas for new digital tools that will help students make informed choices about where they study.
Detailing the government reaction and impact on UK importers following the EU’s introduction of rebalancing measures on certain US products on 22 June.
UK-built satellite testing possible solutions to clean up space junk deployed from the International Space Station, and is soon to begin experiments in orbit.
Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Elizabeth Truss, visited Lincolnshire today (Friday, 22 June) to talk about the importance of ports to the local economy.
Prime Minister Theresa May has announced the establishment of a Windrush Commemoration Committee.
Celebrating his first year in office, UK Government minister Lord Duncan will visit innovators and scientists leading the way in high-tech developments in agriculture at Scotland’s biggest agricultural event.
Wendy Williams, one of Her Majesty’s Inspectors of Constabulary will have oversight of the Windrush lessons learned review, the Home Secretary announced today.
More data than ever before available to students deciding where to study
From 1 July to 30 September 2018 the Western Waters scallop fishing effort is being limited to help avoid early closure.
Kate Ellis, the NDA's Commercial Director, told hundreds of delegates “It is in all our interests that the supply chain is vibrant and successful"
EU citizens will be able to apply for settled status in 3 easy steps for less than the price of a passport, under plans outlined by the Immigration Minister today.
The Lord Chancellor, in consultation with the Lord Chief Justice, has appointed Dr Helen Phillips as Chair of the Legal Services Board with effect from 18 June 2018 to 31 March 2023.
Slots will be reserved for flights from Heathrow to UK regional airports if expansion goes ahead.
Defra announces new funding for farmers across England to tackle the highly contagious disease Bovine Vial Diarrhoea.
Engineers of the Future collaboration will allow children to get hands-on with LEGO® Education solutions and develop STEM skills through programming challenges.
Grounding of a general cargo vessel on Rathlin Island, Northern Ireland.
Deputy Ambassador Lindsay Skoll commemorates the sacrifice of people of Volgograd during WWII on June 18, 2018
Sellafield Ltd is supporting this years campaign for International Women in Engineering Day (23 June.)
From early September 2018, staff from apprenticeships and the professional and technical education reform teams within DfE will move into the ESFA.
New semi-conductor material could be used in clothing to provide solar charging capability
The Home Secretary has today (Wednesday 20 June) introduced new legislation to ban the delivery of knives and corrosives bought online to residential addresses.
Victoria Atkins will reaffirm this government’s determination to end the sexual exploitation of children around the world by ratifying the Lanzarote Convention.
The first national study of its kind in England shows cancer patients have a 20% increased risk of suicide.
New appointments and re-appointments made to the independent Low Pay Commission
Standards published by the CEN from April to May 2018, some of which are relevant to chemical measurement in support of food and animal feed regulation
Read all the latest information and updates on the HM Courts & Tribunals Service court reform programme.
New CMA Chair Andrew Tyrie takes up his role today (Wednesday 20 June 2018).
We are working with Bell, Sons & Cod to recall own-brand blackcurrant cough syrup due to possible mould.
We are introducing new assessment criteria for all proposals.
Multimillion pound fund launched to attract experienced industry professionals to teach in further education
The British Army has launched the game-changing Autonomous Warrior (Land) experiment at the RUSI Land Warfare conference.
Passenger train derailment at Clogwyn-y-Gwin South foot crossing, Welsh Highland Railway, 10 June 2018.
Businesses can apply for a share of up to £5 million to support investment in equipment that increases the UK's capacity to carry out genomic analysis.
Introducing the Analysis Function Strategy, our vision is to integrate analysis into decision making and delivery to help improve outcomes.
Norway, UK and US call on all parties to the conflict to immediately cease all military engagement.
Product defect recall alert for Crovect 1.25% w/v Pour-on Solution for Sheep (Vm 00879/4017) by Elanco Animal Health
Scottish Secretary David Mundell today updated the House of Commons on the fire at the Glasgow School of Art
Karen Johnston has been reappointed as Deputy Pensions Ombudsman for a further 2 years.
Lord Ara Darzi has been appointed as chair of the Accelerated Access Collaborative, a joint government–industry group to speed up patient access to ground-breaking technologies and treatments.
A year on from the Finsbury Park terrorist attack the Home Secretary attended a community event at Islington Town Hall.
We are advertising a Level 3 Business Administration Apprenticeship within our publication department.
Organisations can apply for a share of £150 million this year to support new technologies that help to make the UK civil aerospace industry more competitive.
Talks will be held in Brussels, 19 to 20 June 2018
Defence Minister Guto Bebb has seen first-hand how the MOD is boosting regional economies across the country after he visited one of Britain’s leading military suppliers.
The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) is encouraging motorcyclists to brush up on their skills to make their riding safer and more enjoyable.
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.
A summary of results from surveillance work carried out by the VMD's pharmacovigilance team concerning reported adverse events.
The Medicines Manufacturing Innovation Centre (MMIC) in Renfrewshire will offer businesses support to transform processes and technologies.
The CMA notes the announcement that Horizon Global Corporation has abandoned its intended purchase of Brink International B.V.
Education experts from around the world meet at first Textbook Summit.
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.
A leading academic in regulation and a senior investment banker have been appointed as the new external members of the Prudential Regulation Committee (PRC).
20 on-site hubs to train more people to help deliver 300,000 new homes a year by the mid-2020s
The Official Receiver provides an update on employment within the Carillion group in liquidation.
This will enable Reset to provide support to groups across the UK looking to sponsor refugee families as part of the community sponsorship scheme.
Businesses can apply for a share of £4 million to support innovative ideas that reduce persistent plastic waste in the environment through new alternatives.
Councils across England are being urged to take up a congestion-busting scheme that reduces disruption caused by roadworks.
First stage winners of the Future Fuels for Flight and Freight Competition announced.
The Independent Chief Inspector calls for evidence on the inspection into the Home Office's approach to charging for its services.
New University Technical College to create 750 new school places in Doncaster to meet local demand for world-class engineering and design skills.
The CMA has found Rentokil’s purchase of Cannon Hygiene may lead to higher prices and lower quality for businesses buying products and services for washrooms.
Sam Gyimah appears as an avatar in new online content aimed to inform audiences about developments in science, research and innovation
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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