Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson announced £4 million to strengthen democracy and broaden political participation across 18 Commonwealth countries.
- The AAIB is sending a team Northern Ireland
- Civil news: third party financial support for CW1 and CW2 work
- Civil news: escape cases appeals and evidence requirements
- Civil news: guidance updates for escape cases and civil finance
- Treasure Valuation Committee appointment Gail Boyle
- Appointment of 3 Commissioners to the Judicial Appointments Commission
- Foreign Secretary expands UK Commonwealth diplomatic network
- Sellafield invests £2.6m to create Cumbria business hub
- Perceptions of qualifications in England: wave 16
- Foreign Secretary announces £9m to save our oceans
Government outlines financial support to student nurses to ensure they are not disadvantaged
Gemalto UK Ltd have been awarded the UK passport manufacturing and personalisation contract by Her Majesty’s Passport Office today.
We've been awarded the Gold standard at this year's Mind Workplace Wellbeing Index Awards for our commitment to staff and mental health.
Today the Home Secretary Amber Rudd will announce nearly £2.6 million of funding towards tackling child sexual exploitation in the UK and across the globe.
Captain Henry John Innes Walker and 6 unknown soldiers have finally been laid to rest in Ieper, Belgium.
The United Kingdom and India will share research, knowledge and technology in areas of anti-microbial resistance, low cost health products and high yield crops.
UK and India to expand their exceptional research relationship
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits the UK for the second time as an official Guest of Government on 18 April 2018.
ACT Awareness eLearning is a new CT awareness product designed for all UK based companies and organisations.
Joint statement by the UK Secretary of State for International Trade, Dr Liam Fox, and the South Africa Minister for Trade and Industry, Dr Rob Davies.
The 15th National Apprenticeship Awards is now open for entries - with new categories opening up for 2018.
The squadron immortalised by the Dambusters raid of World War II has been reformed to fly the UK’s new F-35 fighter jets, the Defence Secretary has announced.
The Rt Hon Matthew Hancock MP has appointed Richard Hamilton as a Trustee to the Royal Parks for a term of 4 years, commencing on 2 April 2018.
Duke of Cambridge hosts Commonwealth leaders and over 1,500 guests at ‘Welcome to the UK Reception’ at the start of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting
Representatives from the sports sector will explore how the industry can tackle marine plastic pollution.
International Trade Secretary Liam Fox is urging innovative UK businesses to seize the opportunities at Expo 2020 Dubai.
PM commits up to £15 million on eve of the world's largest inter-governmental commitment on cyber security cooperation.
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson and Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland call for greater international support and coordination to the Rohingya crisis.
Prime Minister Theresa May hosts a bilateral meeting with South African President Cyril Ramaphosa.
Primary school teachers are reminded of the change to the order of key stage 2 (KS2) national curriculum tests (commonly called SATs) in May this year.
A memorial tree has been planted in honour of a former employee for his conservation support at the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory
Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson has committed to working ever closer with charity partners, during a visit to a state of the art recovery centre for veterans and service personnel.
New Government publication introduces the Blue Belt Programme to secondary school children.
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Boris Johnson and Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters announce closer cooperation between the UK and New Zealand in the Pacific Islands region, following a meeting in London.
Work is beginning in Salisbury to decontaminate potentially affected sites for the city and its visitors.
The Rt Hon Matthew Hancock MP has extended the terms of Andrew McCluskey and Philip Price as Trustees of the National Museums Liverpool board for a 1 year, commencing on 8 June 2019, and 10 September 2019 respectively.
Business ministers announce more than £8 million for innovation technology to tackle global climate change and prepare for natural disasters.
Take a look at Sellafield through the eyes and voices of our employees.
Changes mean providers have more options to make online updates to records held by Defence Solicitor Call Centre (DSCC).
UK troops will continue to stand at the forefront of the fight to bring prosperity and security to Africa, the Minister for Armed Forces has confirmed.
Minister Harriett Baldwin visited Angola 12-13 April 2018, discussing economic cooperation, women’s empowerment, and work to make the country landmine-free.
Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon announces £2.9 million for human rights projects across the Commonwealth, with particular focus on the South Pacific and small states.
The Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson announces £1.6 million to put women at the heart of conflict resolution.
Keycard 54 for April 2018 is now available for providers to use.
Anne Davies joins the council as an independent member and Susan Jordan and Jayne Haines as employer representatives.
British forces joined close Allies in a precision strike on Syrian installations
Pubs Minister Jake Berry MP is encouraging people to celebrate the big day with their community first at a street party and later at their local.
An Asian hornet has been found in Lancashire and surveillance activity is underway.
Talks will be held in Brussels, 16 to 18 April 2018
Born and bred in Australia, Squadron Leader Pete Mole is a Member of the Royal Australian Air Force, working in the UK as an RAF trainer – teaching an elite group of Aerospace experts from around the world to develop cutting edge military equipment.
The Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) welcomed Lord Duncan of Springbank, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State in the Scotland Office, to its Dounreay site to see decommissioning progress.
The 2018 National Clinical Excellence Awards round has now closed.
Increasing the use of renewable fuels will reduce carbon emissions, tackle climate change and to make the transport sector as sustainable as possible.
Macmillan Cancer Support thanks LLW Repository Ltd (LLWR) for their £8,000 charity donation and says it will have a positive impact on those living with cancer.
Bryan Clark replaces Gordon Shipley, who spent 5 years as Programme Director.
Electronic versions of the EC Claim1 forms are once again available online for use by providers.
Joint statement by Trade Minister Greg Hands and the Eastern and Southern African (ESA) states to progress trade continuity talks.
The advice is designed to help businesses ensure they are collaborating legally in joint ventures.
Advice from the Charity Commission on how to give safely to charities.
Passenger becoming trapped in a train door and dragged a short distance at Bushey station, Hertfordshire, 26 March 2018.
Science Minister Sam Gyimah hails new private investment from Boeing and Rolls-Royce as a 'vote of confidence' in British-built SABRE rocket and jet engine.
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