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The Secretary of State has appointed Sarah Dean, David Fleming and Max Steinberg as Trustees of the National Museums Liverpool, each for a for a term of four years commencing on 1 March 2019.
The Prime Minister has reappointed Admiral Sir Mark Stanhope and Jeremy Penn as Trustees of the Royal Museums Greenwich, both for four year terms, commencing on 1 February 2019.
New post-graduate artificial intelligence (AI) drive to boost productivity and create high skilled jobs as part of the modern Industrial Strategy.
Meetings comes ahead of Government’s forthcoming Internet Safety White Paper
Government has set out its new strategic priorities for telecoms regulator Ofcom to support improved mobile coverage, broadband investment, and a better deal for consumers.
£3 million to be spent in 16 boroughs, towns and cities across England to encourage more people to get involved in local issues
Minister for Sport Mims Davies sets out her priorities for increasing access to sport and improving health and wellbeing
The speech was given to the House of Commons on 12 February 2019
The latest news round-ups from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport.
The Prime Minister has appointed Ray Macfarlane as the Scotland Trustee of the Heritage Memorial Fund/The National Lottery Heritage Fund Board (formerly Heritage Memorial Fund/Heritage Lottery Fund) for a term of three years, commencing on 1 April 2019.
The Prime Minister has appointed Margaret MacMillan as the Academic Trustee of the Imperial War Museum for a term of four years, commencing on 1 February 2019.
The Cairncross Review into the future of the UK news industry has delivered its final report, with recommendations on how to safeguard the future sustainability of the UK press.
A handwritten draft from Charles Darwin’s revolutionary On the Origin of Species, in which he outlined his theory of evolution, is at risk of leaving the UK unless a buyer can be found.
Minister for Digital outlines plans to make the UK the safest place on the world to be online
Michael Ellis addresses delegates at the Walpole British Luxury Summit about the British luxury industry and UK soft power
Independent Venue Week’s action to clamp down on secondary ticket touts has been welcomed by Minister for the Creative Industries, Margot James.
New plans will redefine treasure and prevent sale of unreported finds.
The speech took place on Thursday 31 January at the British Library
Digital Secretary to set out how new digital technologies including artificial intelligence could be used to tackle global challenges
The Prime Minister has appointed Douglas Gurr as a Trustee of the National Gallery for a term of four years, commencing on 23 January 2019.
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