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  1. ESFA Update: 5 August 2020

    Latest information and actions from the Education and Skills Funding Agency for academies, schools, colleges, local authorities and further education providers

  2. Two charged in small boat people smuggling investigation

    Two men have been charged as part of an Immigration Enforcement investigation into a suspected small boat people smuggling incident in Southwold.

  3. £2.8m innovation funding to boost detection of explosives, weapons and illicit drugs

    DASA launches competition to find and develop new technology to screen people, possessions, goods, vehicles, areas and buildings

  4. APHA launches recruitment campaign for plant health inspectors

    APHA is recruiting over 100 new posts in its Plant Health and Seed Inspectorate

  5. PCA working with Hive IT to carry out research of Pubs Code users

    The PCA has procured a user research team to talk to tied tenants and the wider industry about the most effective ways to communicate Pubs Code rights

  6. The IAGCI invites tenders to evaluate the UK Home Office Country Information Products

    The IAGCI invites tenders to evaluate the UK Home Office Country Information Products on El Salvador and Sudan.

  7. Whitehaven youngster calls for help protect our environment

    10-year-old Whitehaven resident Iyla, and her friends at the Whitehaven Harbour Youth Project have been on an environmental mission.

  8. ESFA: Business Update

    Business update is the Education and Skills Funding Agency’s monthly round-up of apprenticeship information and news for businesses.

  9. PCA user research project restarts – how to get involved

    Information about how to participate in the project and give your view about how Pubs Code rights should be communicated

  10. Innovative nuclear competition launch – are you ready for the challenge?

    A £3.9 million competition has been launched to find innovative ways to sort and segregate radioactive waste at some of the UK’s oldest nuclear sites.

  11. Want to go on a road trip with your dog?

    Try some pawsitively brilliant walks near Highways England routes.

  12. Competition concerns in retail investment software merger

    Following an in-depth investigation, the CMA has provisionally blocked the merger of FNZ and GBST.

  13. Announcement of preferred candidate for HM Chief Inspector of Prisons

    Charlie Taylor announced as candidate for next Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Prisons.

  14. SLC urges students entering Clearing to apply for finance right away

    Students applying through the Clearing system still have time to get their finances sorted for the 20/21 academic year.

  15. Support for working families affected by coronavirus (COVID-19) given an extra boost

    Families that benefit from government-funded childcare support were given a boost today as the government announced that they would not lose out due to coronavirus (COVID-19).

  16. Building safety: letter to Chair of the Industry Safety Steering Group (22 July 2020)

    Letter from Minister of State for Building Safety and Communities to Dame Judith Hackitt in response to the second report from the Industry Safety Steering Group.

  17. Recreational sea anglers are calling for greater consideration of their needs and better regulation of commercial fishing practices, says new study.

    New research by Substance and Centre for Environment, Fisheries & Aquaculture Science (Cefas), funded by Defra, has provided insight into what recreational sea anglers value most when considering fisheries management.

  18. Home Secretary sees first-hand the science supporting UK police

    Dstl – the science inside UK defence and security showcased a selection of the vital work it is doing on behalf the Home Office.

  19. UK government invests in Livingston facility to bolster vaccine manufacturing capacity

    UK government and Valneva confirm multi-million-pound up-front investment in Livingston manufacturing facility.

  20. Stability of the early years workforce in England report

    Research highlighting that the early years workforce in England is underpaid, overworked and undervalued.