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This page explains when to wear a face covering and how to make one.
This page explains what face coverings are, their role in reducing the…
Get on the electoral register so you can vote in elections and referendums.
Data sources of numbers relating to the coronavirus pandemic in the UK.
The government made an announcement on 31 July about coronavirus (COVID-19)
The most important thing we can do is to stay alert, control the virus, and in doing so, save lives.
Frequently asked questions on what you can and can’t do during the coronavirus outbreak.
Information for UK and Irish citizens on their rights under the Common Travel Area arrangements (CTA).
Getting on the electoral register, what happens if you do not register to vote, registering in more than one place, how to opt out of the 'open register', registering anonymously and how to view the electoral regis…
Success Profiles are the new recruitment framework used within the Civil Service.
Contact your local council's Electoral Registration Office if you have a question about registering to vote
Optional badges that can be used to show the carrier may have difficulties or concerns in maintaining social distancing.
Government has set out a list of face covering exemptions, as they are mandatory in additional enclosed spaces from today (Friday 24 July).
The principles you should follow to ensure that time spent outside your home is as safe as possible.
Help for people who need to 'shield' because they're clinically extremely vulnerable to coronavirus.
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 in July and August 2020.
The home of Cabinet Office on GOV.UK.
Who is eligible to vote in elections and referendums in the UK
An overview of voting in the UK, including voting in person, postal and proxy voting, and voting if you're abroad
The Government’s roadmap for how and when the UK will adjust its response to the COVID-19 crisis.
HMRC is encouraging customs intermediaries and traders who make their own declarations to take advantage of the funding now.
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