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The Foreign Secretary chaired a meeting of the Permanent 5 members of the UN Security Council at the UN General Assembly in New York.
You can start using year 4 civil contract schedules to report work completed in September 2021 from 1 October.
Lord Chancellor's speech at his Swearing-in Ceremony at the Royal Courts of Justice on 23 September 2021.
Ambassador Neil Bush tells OSCE that recent State Duma elections represented a serious decline in democratic freedoms and fundamental rights in Russia.
Between 2011 and 2021, UK aid has supported 88 million people to cope with climate change, as well as improving 41 million people’s access to clean energy, according to new results published today.
How you as a consumer are protected, what to do if your energy supplier changes, and what other support is available.
The Defence Secretary Ben Wallace's speech at the steel cut ceremony for HMS Venturer, the first vessel of the Royal Navy’s Type 31 frigates.
Figures show Scotland's digital sector is booming, with tech roles increasing by over 25% in Edinburgh and Glasgow.
UK International Ambassador for Human Rights Rita French gave a statement urging the government to deliver further progress, over a sustained period of time.
The submission of applications and complaints to the CAC
The Open Innovation Team's PhD placements build skills and provide students with an insight to what it is like to work on policy and in government
The Law Officers, and the Lord Chancellor have been sworn into their new roles at the Royal Courts of Justice
An outline of how we supported the National Geospatial Strategy
The 2 leaders heard how specialist employment support can be truly life-changing, significantly improving veterans’ confidence, financial security and health and wellbeing.
The Fish Health Inspectorate (FHI) have found Koi herpesvirus (KHV) disease in fish at the following sites in England and Wales
UK Ambassador to the UN and WTO in Geneva Simon Manley gave this statement expressing the UK's deep concern about the situation in Dara’a.
The report launched online summarises 70 years of British experience on science advice to the Government and Parliament.
UK Deputy Ambassador Brown thanks Ambassador Yrjölä, Director of OSCE's Conflict Prevention Centre, for the team's work.
An outline of the academic engagement programme commissioned by the NLC
The Open Innovation Team's impact on UK Government policy making
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