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  1. £1.4m given to environmental projects by companies that broke rules

    Environmental charities throughout the Midlands have received over £1.475m in donations as a result of Environment Agency enforcement action over the last 9 years.

  2. Statement on the Global Human Rights Sanctions Regime

    Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab gave a statement on the Global Human Rights Sanctions Regime to the House of Commons on 6 July 2020

  3. Phased return to Survey and Inspection in the UK this month

    The Maritime and Coastguard Agency announced today that they will commence a phased return to Survey and Inspection activity in the UK from 20 July.

  4. Face-to-face assessment suspension continues for health and disability benefits

    Face-to-face assessment suspension continues for health and disability benefits.

  5. Impact of COVID-19 on submissions to APHA VICs and PME centres

    APHA continues to provide post-mortem and diagnostic testing support for livestock veterinarians but some restrictions are still in place due to COVID-19

  6. HS2 Ltd response to Residents' Commissioner's report 13

    High Speed Two (HS2) Ltd CEO, Mark Thurston, responds to the thirteenth Residents' Commissioner's report.

  7. Rough sleeping funding: grant determination letter

    Notification of additional funding to local authorities to provide extra support to care leavers at risk of homelessness or rough sleeping.

  8. Exports bring home the bacon for UK family farm

    Wicks Manor has doubled its export revenue during lockdown to help offset losses in the food service industry, saving jobs and reducing waste.

  9. UK announces first sanctions under new global human rights regime

    The new ‘Magnitsky’-style sanctions regime will target those who have been involved in some of the gravest human rights violations and abuses around the world.

  10. UN Human Rights Council 44: Statement for Interactive Dialogue with UN Working Group on Discrimination Against Women

    The UK's International Ambassador for Human Rights, Rita French, delivered this statement during the Interactive Dialogue with UN Working Group on Discrimination Against Women

  11. Prosecution of journalist Svetlana Prokopyeva in the Russian Federation: UK statement

    Delivered by Nicola Murray, Deputy Head of Delegation, at the OSCE Permanent Council on 2 July 2020.

  12. UN Human Rights Council 44: UK Statement for the Interactive Dialogue with the Special Representative for Children and Armed Conflict

    UK's Political and Human Rights Counsellor, Matthew Forman, delivered the statement during the Interactive Dialogue with the Special Representative for Children and Armed Conflict

  13. Investigatory Powers Commissioner to oversee UK-US Data Access Agreement

    Independent Investigatory Powers Commissioner will provide oversight of the UK’s use of the UK-US Data Access Agreement.

  14. UK statement to the Solutions Strategy for Afghan Refugees High Level Meeting

    The UK's Ambassador to the WTO and UN in Geneva, Julian Braithwaite, delivered this statement at the Solutions Strategy for Afghan Refugees High Level Meeting on 6 July 2020.

  15. Applications and complaints to the CAC

    The submission of applications and complaints to the CAC.

  16. Charity Commission launches statutory inquiry over concerns at Devon homelessness charity

    Regulator escalates probe into management and administration of Humanity Torbay

  17. Message from Simon French, Chief Inspector of Rail Accidents

    RAIB's response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis - update

  18. Majority of children no longer need to shield

    The majority of children currently considered extremely clinical vulnerable to coronavirus (COVID-19) will be able to be removed from the shielded patient list.

  19. CNC wins prestigious national award

    The CNC has been named the winner of a prestigious national award recognising our commitment to occupational health and wellbeing.

  20. ACMD public evidence request on cognition enhancers

    ACMD public request for written evidence on cognition enhancers (also known as ‘nootropics’ or ‘study drugs’).