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The UK has left the EU
Find out what this means for you
Get on the electoral register so you can vote in elections and referendums.
What happens if you do not register to vote, when you can register in more than one place, how to view the electoral register, opting out of the 'open register' and when you can register anonymously
Contact your local council's Electoral Registration Office if you have a question about registering to vote
Success Profiles are the new recruitment framework used within the Civil Service.
Today, the government has confirmed plans to introduce import controls on EU goods at the border after the transition period ends on 31 December 2020.
The home of Cabinet Office on GOV.UK.
Who is eligible to vote in elections and referendums in the UK
Get a message (telegram) from the Queen - birthdays and anniversaries that qualify, documents you need
This advice explains national security vetting and how the process works.
Military veterans to get cut-price train travel to help boost job prospects and bring them closer to family and friends.
Anyone can apply to vote by post.
Nominate someone for an honour or bravery award (called a gallantry award), read the New Year honours list - BEMs, MBEs, OBEs, knighthoods, outstanding achievements and contributions to public life.
An overview of voting in the UK, including voting in person, postal and proxy voting, and voting if you're abroad
Pandemic flu planning information for England and the devolved administrations, including guidance for organisations and businesses.
Create a new petition, or search and sign other people's petitions to the UK Parliament and government
This collection brings together all documents relating to Individual Electoral Registration.
Guidance on the pre-employment screening of civil servants, members of the armed forces, temporary staff and government contractors.
How to vote if you move or live abroad, including eligibility and registration
The Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster administers the estates and rents of the Duchy of Lancaster, and is a member of the Cabinet.
How the government classifies information assets to ensure they are appropriately protected.
Don’t include personal or financial information like your National Insurance number or credit card details.
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