Specialist Border Force officers have seized a live lizard at Heathrow Airport following a suspected smuggling attempt.
- Border Force seizes rare live lizard at Heathrow
- Emerging and enabling & health and life sciences: apply for funds
- Funding available for student placements
- Improved healthcare for all: pioneering projects get funding
- Damian Hinds Launches Global Celebration of Education
- Human skull found by dog walker sheds light on Somerset's history
- Collaborating to support marine licence applications from the subsea cable sector
- Boston Barrier tidal flood defence construction begins
- UKHO features on BBC One’s ‘Antiques Road Trip’
- Pushchair trapped in tram doors and dragged, Nottingham
Organisations can apply for a share of £19 million for innovative projects or £12 million for business-graduate partnerships in either industry sector area.
The UK Space Agency is offering grants of up to £3,000 for organisations to take on graduate or postgraduate students for work placements in the space industry.
Nearly £70 million to be invested under the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund to speed up access to innovative medicines, including 2 new competitions.
Secretary of State for Education opens Education World Forum
The Environment Agency lowered water levels which revealed well-preserved clues about Somerset's heritage and wetlands.
The Floods Minister has marked the start of works on the Boston Barrier, a £100 million tidal flood defence which will protect 14,000 Lincolnshire properties.
Desk note developed to support marine licence applications
The Antiques Road Trip visited the United Kingdom Hydrographic Office to learn about its 200-year history and modern capabilities
Investigation into a pushchair being trapped in tram doors and dragged, Radford Road, Nottingham, 15 December 2017.
He shared how UK’s newly published Industrial Strategy aligns closely with the priorities of Singapore’s Committee for the Future Economy
Severn Growth Summit to spark the biggest commercial conversation for the West of the UK in a generation
Mark Field, FCO Minister for Asia and the Pacific, condemns the attack on the Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul, Afghanistan
Consultation expanding the Blue Badge criteria released.
Next generation of cyber security professionals are now set to benefit from first Cyber Lab classroom, co-funded by the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority.
Baroness Sugg visits one of the UK's largest airports to see first-hand the contributions being made by apprentices.
Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, Matt Hancock hails France as a key partner in helping to protect sport's integrity.
Oxford event offers industry chance to partner with UKAEA on ITER investment
Dame Glenys Stacey reflects on the quality of probation services.
Crediton firm admits it should have checked farmers had necessary permits to accept the waste from building and construction sites.
Bat Expert Panel will help shape future bat conservation.
Falling prices and continuing cuts to funding for forensic science work are eating into essential services, the Forensic Science Regulator has warned in her annual report.
Dstl is backing the Government's pledge to make 2018 the Year of Engineering
New Education Secretary unveils plans to drive up standards by supporting underperforming schools and increase opportunities in areas most in need.
The country’s best employers and apprentices have been recognised at the 14th National Apprenticeship Awards to celebrate their commitment to apprenticeships.
The UK Space Agency and CNES signed a joint statement to step up co-operation in space, at the UK-France Summit in Sandhurst today (Thursday 18 January).
York based Eboracum UK Ltd’s use of body-worn cameras has received independent certification of the Secretary of State’s surveillance camera code of practice.
Business and Energy Secretary Greg Clark has met with French ministers to discuss our approach to shared challenges.
The Office of the Public Guardian (OPG) has updated its legal guidance for professional deputies and attorneys on the rules about giving gifts.
The register will provide government with greater transparency on overseas companies.
The National Infrastructure Commission has appointed Sir John Armitt as their new Chair.
The Attorney General has decided not to provide his authority for an application to be made to the High Court for a new inquest into the death of Stuart Lubbock
New appointments to the Adaptation Sub-Committee of the Committee on Climate Change have been made.
DBS now provides the basic check service for England and Wales.
Country’s best principals appointed as National Leaders to use their expertise to support other colleges
The Prime Minister has appointed Jonathan Baume, Dr. Susan Liautaud and Richard Thomas as Members to the Advisory Committee on Business Appointments with effect from 1 February 2018.
Legal requirement for all bird keepers in England to follow strict biosecurity measures.
The UK is to bolster a key French counter-terrorism operation in Africa by deploying three RAF Chinook helicopters to Mali.
The wait for the first MoT test on cars and motorcycles won't be extended to 4 years due to safety concerns.
A guide to understanding what the government is doing following Carillion’s collapse.
HMRC outlines support for affected businesses
The Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson experienced the world-class technology of the new F-35 today in a Lockheed Martin F-35 simulator in London.
The Home Office is seeking views from interested parties about alleged harassment and intimidating behaviour near abortion clinics in England and Wales.
Carillion’s private sector service customers have shown continued support to continue receiving services.
Businesses can apply for a share of £25 million in the latest Faraday Battery Challenge opportunity, part of the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund.
Reminder for fishermen whose licences were monitored as part of the 2015 capping exercise.
All parties to the conflict must continue to allow unhindered commercial and humanitarian access throughout Yemen to avert the risk of mass starvation.
The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has reiterated safety messages on Buccolam oral syringes for parents and caregivers.
Refresco has offered to sell a specialist factory to address the CMA’s concerns about its merger with soft drink rival Cott.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer has this day appointed Barry McElduff to be Steward and Bailiff of the Three Hundreds of Chiltern.
The Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson met with His Excellency Khalid bin Mohammed Al-Attiyah in London
Police leaders and health experts discuss how to best support welfare of officers and staff.
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The 2018 war disablement pension rates have been announced.
The current interim chair of UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) will take up the role of permanent chair in April this year.
Year of Engineering 2018 will see the UK Government and industry tackle a major skills gap.
Academics can apply for a share of up to £500,000 in grants to support innovative ideas in cyber security that have potential for commercialisation.
An update from the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) to pharmaceutical companies on preparations for exiting the European Union
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