The speech was delivered in Berlin on Thursday November 16
- The AAIB is sending a team to Buckinghamshire
- ‘Space Emergency Service’ gains international award
- David Davis' update to the House of Commons on EU negotiations
- New Defence Secretary recognises Scots defence role
- The Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport reappoints Chair of the Sports Grounds Safety Authority (SGSA)
- Defence and security technology entrepreneurs invited to apply for Pitch@Palace
- Sir Michael Barber report into improving value in public spending published
- Boost for space incubators during Global Entrepreneurship Week
- Russia vetoes resolution to extend Joint Investigative Mechanism
- David Davis' speech to the Suddeutsche Zeitung Economic Summit
Prime Minister Theresa May met Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven ahead of the Gothenburg Social Summit.
The Skills Show, the nation’s largest skills, apprenticeships and careers event is taking place from today, Thursday 16 November at the NEC in Birmingham.
Joint statement signed by Trade Minister Greg Hands and the CARIFORUM states agreeing to discuss future trade ties.
The Office of the Public Guardian is currently unable to provide case-specific information to deputies due to a technical issue.
Views sought on support for disadvantaged pupils.
Ken Clark reappointed to the School Teachers' Review Body (STRB), which looks at pay, duties and working time of teachers in England and Wales.
Roadshow events seeking views on modernisation of courts and tribunals will be launched by HM Courts & Tribunals Service in November 2017.
The UK Space Agency is joining forces with partners across government and industry to give thousands of young people inspiring experiences of engineering.
Her Majesty the Queen will formally commission her namesake aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, into the Royal Navy fleet in just three weeks’ time.
Projects include improving efficiency and sustainability in food packaging and revolutionising a labour-intensive process in high-value manufacturing.
Online service provided by Claim for Crown Court Defence (CCD) means access to Crown Court Litigator Fees (CCLF) will end in February 2018.
This plan reflects changes to the YJB’s functions which were effective from 1 September 2017.
Expressions of interest welcome to deliver services for housing and debt in Buckinghamshire and HPCDS in Milton Keynes, Blackpool, Preston.
Passenger train derailment near Wimbledon station, south-west London, 6 November 2017.
Pioneering legislation will transform transport across the North of England, underlining the government's commitment to the Northern Powerhouse.
Details of which courts and tribunals will be closed over the Christmas holidays.
Remembrance Sunday is typically observed on the Sunday closest to 11 November (Remembrance Day) which marks the end of World War I on 11 November 1918.
The Year of Engineering will see government and industry offer young people across the UK a million direct experiences of engineering in a major push to tackle skills gap.
The UK is extending the deployment of Royal Engineers to the UN Mission in South Sudan for an additional year, until April 2020.
Some driving examiners are planning to take strike action on Monday 4 December and Tuesday 5 December 2017.
All those eligible for employment tribunal fee refunds can apply from today, following a successful opening phase of the scheme.
Tim Moss, Chief Executive of the UK Intellectual Property Office has returned from China after leading a successful business delegation to the country.
Childcare scheme available to parents of under 6s from 24 November 2017
Joint Statement on the Second Meeting of the U.S.-UK Trade and Investment Working Group in London this week
Government is no longer defending a judicial review over a planned lorry park near the M20 in Kent.
The Commanding Officer of the RCDM has cut the ribbon to mark the completion of new accommodation for military medics working in Birmingham.
Millie Banerjee takes over on a permanent basis as chair of the college.
Employment in Scotland increased by 2,000 over the quarter, and increased by 46,000 over the year to stand at 2,652,000.
Information for British nationals in Zimbabwe on where to find guidance following recent developments in Harare.
Double the number of visas will be made available to leading figures and individuals who show promise in technology, science, art and creative industries, the government announced today.
Dedicated GovTech Catalyst team and £20 million fund to help tech firms deliver innovative fixes to public sector challenges.
Over 3000 higher and degree apprenticeships have been announced, giving individuals a wider choice of options for entering higher education in 2018, widening access to the professions and higher level technical skills.
The first ever demonstration of a UK-US unmanned military vehicle convoy has taken place as part of the 'Last Mile' logistics to front-line troops
The UK’s world-leading tech sector will go from strength-to-strength after plans unveiled today set out a £21m investment to create a new national network of regional tech hubs in areas across the country, including Belfast, Cardiff, Edinburgh and Birmingham.
Over two million people have now benefited from free digital skills training thanks to a partnership between Government and Industry launched just eight months ago, Digital Minister Matt Hancock announced today.
The search is now on to inspire the UK’s next generation of cyber security specialists as the Government’s extracurricular training programme Cyber Discovery opens its doors.
Cardiff University awarded research partnership for new What Works Centre
Staff at the National College for Teaching and Leadership and the Department for Education to form one team to support teachers at every stage of their career.
John Manzoni, Chief Executive of the Civil Service, has announced the appointment of Mike Parsons as Director General of the Government Property Unit.
The speech was given on Tuesday 14 November.
The coastguard helicopter was in action twice within the hour on Sunday 5 November, first to Beinn Pharlagain, onto Buachaille Etive Mòr.
Coastguard search and rescue helicopter at St Athan rescuing two women from Nash Point in South Wales after they got cut off by the rising tide.
FCO staff and the UN Special Representative on Sexual Violence in Conflict visit Bangladesh to support survivors of sexual violence.
The demolition of one of Sellafield’s tallest hazards has started.
The Home Office has today (14 November) announced the reappointment of Dr Gillian Tully as Forensic Science Regulator.
Ofqual's statement on alleged malpractice at training centres.
The voter registration service has been made more accessible for users, following an audit by the Government Digital Service Accessibility team.
A world-first in the US has seen British soldiers controlling 4x4s with Xbox-style controllers and a UK driverless truck leading American trucks in an unmanned convoy.
The UK has become one of the first nations to complete ratification of a landmark agreement to reduce emissions from appliances that play a major role in global warming
Crown Representative for Small Businesses, Emma Jones, talks about the latest Top 100 SME suppliers to government
Counter Terrorism Policing (CTP) have collaborated with specialists from the PSHE Association and Girlguiding to take terrorism safety advice into the UK’s classrooms and youth organisations for the first time.
Statements to address misunderstandings about the role of the HCA and the remit of the regulation committee.
Defence Minister Lord Howe has reaffirmed the UK's commitment to European Security at a meeting today of the EU Foreign Affairs Council.
Example menus developed with nutrition experts to support early years providers
The UK Space Agency is touring the country with industry workshops and public open evenings on LaunchUK – the campaign to enable small satellite rocket launches and sub-orbital flights from UK spaceports.
Boris Johnson attended the EU Foreign Affairs Council meeting on 13 November 2017, where discussions included the Iran nuclear deal and sanctions on Venezuela.
Defence Minister Harriett Baldwin has been in Australia this week discussing defence equipment in the face of intensifying threats.
Investigation into a collision between a train and a van at Frognal Farm level crossing, near Teynham, Kent, 23 October 2017.
The IPO customer visit team has published its annual report.
A test version of a new government service has launched to remind drivers by text message and email when their MOT is due.
The Secretary of State has strongly condemned those who placed a device at Omagh Memorial on Remembrance Day
The nation falls silent as The Queen and members of the Royal Family join the traditional Remembrance Sunday service at the Cenotaph in London
Communities near sites, approved for the safe and clean extraction of shale gas, will benefit from a share of the proceeds through a new ‘Shale Wealth Fund’.
India is a key market for Britain and the number of visitors is forecast to grow to 531,000 by 2020.
Children's Minister appoints Alan Wood to lead work on improving residential care
The AAIB is sending a team to Belfast International Airport to investigate an aircraft incident.
We will shortly launch a public consultation on the government’s response to the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) judgment on data retention.
We are aware that some people are receiving letters from a Dubai address purporting to be from the Insolvency Service.
Professor Ian Bateman and Professor Colin Galbraith have been reappointed as Independent Members of the Joint Nature Conservation Committee (JNCC).
Statement in Brussels by the Secretary of State.
Adam Afriyie MP, the UK’s Prime Minister’s Trade Envoy to Ghana, will visit Ghana from the 8-11 November 2017.
The Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson has held his first bilateral meeting with his US counterpart, Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis, in London today.
The Prime Minister has appointed Roland Rudd as a Tate Trustee, for four years from 13 November 2017, following an open competition.
The Group of States Against Corruption (GRECO) publishes its second fourth round compliance report on the United Kingdom.
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