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Data sources of numbers relating to the coronavirus pandemic in the UK.
The most important thing we can do is to stay alert, control the virus, and in doing so, save lives.
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Frequently asked questions on what you can and can’t do during the coronavirus outbreak.
This is national guidance that applies to England only – people in…
Get on the electoral register so you can vote in elections and referendums.
Success Profiles are the new recruitment framework used within the Civil Service.
Register if you have a medical condition that makes you extremely vulnerable to coronavirus or your GP or hospital clinician has told you to 'shield'.
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
Information for UK and Irish citizens on their rights under the common travel area arrangements (CTA).
Contact your local council's Electoral Registration Office if you have a question about registering to vote
Guidance on the closure of certain businesses and venues as part of further social distancing measures, and on the further easing of coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions from 11 and 13 July 2020.
The principles you should follow to ensure that time spent outside your home is as safe as possible.
The Government’s roadmap for how and when the UK will adjust its response to the COVID-19 crisis.
The home of Cabinet Office on GOV.UK.
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, Michael Gove, gave the Ditchley Annual Lecture on “The privilege of public service”.
Review of two metre social distancing guidance and summary of review findings.
Exchange of letters between Sir Mark Sedwill and Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Use this form to nominate someone who is responding to coronavirus for a national honour.
Data on financial support measures announced by the government for businesses and individuals affected by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
This advice explains national security vetting and how the process works.
British manufacturers will have helped to produce over 14,000 ventilators during the coronavirus pandemic, thanks to the success of the government’s drive to boost the NHS’s ventilator capacity.
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