CEO of BBC Studios appointed Industry chair of Creative Industries Council.
- Home Secretary attends Finsbury Park attack memorial
- David Mundell Statement on Glasgow School of Art
- Karen Johnston reappointed as Deputy Pensions Ombudsman
- New chair appointed to improve patient access to innovation in the NHS
- Apprenticeship opportunity at MAIB
- Developing new ideas for UK aerospace: apply for funding
- Programme: EU-UK Article 50 negotiations Brussels, week of 18 June 2018
- Defence Minister visits world leader in tactical military bridges
- Veterinary Medicines Pharmacovigilance Annual Review 2016: Summary
- David Bunting appointed interim General Counsel and Solicitor
Make sure your organisation is compliant with new laws that will give people more control over their data.
Government publishes new charter through which it will agree new norms and rules for the online world.
The Prime Minister has today reaffirmed the Government’s commitment to create a world-first Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation, as the search for the leader of this ground-breaking project is launched.
Reforms to the Electronic Communications Code (EEC) have come into force today.
The government has launched a review of the UK’s telecoms markets, to investigate how it can support investment in the world-class connectivity of the future.
Secretary of State Karen Bradley appoints Tim Suter to the board of Ofcom for a four year period, commencing 2 October 2017.
Culture Secretary refers proposed merger between Sky Plc and 21st Century Fox to the CMA
Process update, 4 September 2017
Full fibre networks will offer connection speeds of 1,000 Megabits per second in six areas of the UK.
Process update, 25 August 2017
Process update, 8 August 2017.
Nick Pollard has been appointed by the Secretary of State as a Member of the Ofcom Board, for 12 months from 14 May 2017.
Statement by the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport
Statement by the Culture Secretary to the House
The GES is the largest recruiter of economists in the country and here we showcase some of the many stories of our economists working on a range of policies across government.
Sir David Clementi confirmed as the new BBC Board Chairman
Sir David Clementi confirmed as the new BBC Board Chairman
Nick Pollard has been appointed by the Secretary of State as a Member of the Ofcom Board, for six months from 14 November 2016.
Sonita Alleyne, Bill Matthews and Aideen McGinley have been reappointed to the BBC Trust for a further six months.
Government has launched the recruitment process for the Chair of the BBC Board - the new body that will govern the BBC from April 2017.
Matthew Gould is the UK Government’s first Director General for Digital and Media, based in the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS).
Tim Cole, British Ambassador to Cuba, says goodbye on his blog at the end of four wonderful years on the island.
Take part in celebrating your shortlisted city.
A review into the sports supplement industry ahead of the Rio 2016 Olympic games shows the sport supplement industry is improving.
We’ve just launched our new film, which targets 18 to 29 year old men with a message about the dangers of cold water shock. The new 40-second film aims to highlight the dangers of jumping or falling into water, especially after drinking, and reveals some stark dangers.
Dame Patricia Hodgson’s term has been extended until 31 March 2018.
The British High Commissioner to Malaysia, Her Excellency Vicki Treadell, spoke at the annual Queen's Birthday Party celebrations.
Read our essential advice for festival-goers this year. Learn how you can stay safe in Malta so you can enjoy yourselves!
Bill Emmott and Ben Verwaayen appointed for four years from 1 January 2016.
Under plans direct marketing companies will have to legally display their telephone number on caller ID, helping consumers report unsolicited calls to the regulators.
Digital Economy Minister Ed Vaizey on how Government is seeking ideas from public and industry on the UK's digital strategy
Josh Berger to take over as Chair of the BFI from February 2016 when current Chair Greg Dyke steps down.
Early Christmas present for UK homes and businesses with the slowest connection speeds
Centre for Secure Information Technologies in Belfast wins a Queen's Anniversary Prize for research and innovation into internet safety.
Lord Williams and Suzanna Taverne reappointed to the BBC Trust
The British Consulate General Shanghai, No.10 and UKTI won a Public Service Communications Award in Coventry on Wednesday night.
Government launches £4million Video Games Prototype Fund to support UK video games development
More than 2 million users have now made use of the scheme in Edinburgh, where buses and trams are offering the service.
Free Wi-Fi now available on buses, trams and trains in nine UK cities
Latest figures reveal that 394,177 Scottish homes and businesses have been reached by the UK Government’s nationwide rollout of superfast broadband.
The 2015 to 2016 communications plan shows how government will provide a more unified communications profession and better value for money.
Alun Cairns: "This has been a priority for the UK Government and we have made significant process"
Celebrating the phenomenal success of the UK Creative Industries in a week long digital event from Monday 29 June to Friday 3 July.
More businesses encouraged to apply while funds last
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