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The public are being urged to sign-up to a world-leading study for antivirals if they test positive for COVID-19
UK is safe and open for visitors with no testing for fully vaccinated tourists
More than £31 million of UK government funding, matched by more than £30 million of industry funding, for development of innovative floating offshore wind technologies.
Farmers and landowners encouraged to create new woodland as a financial and environmentally rewarding option.
The UK Government has announced that a Veterans Commissioner for Wales will be appointed this year.
Statement by Ambassador James Kariuki at the Security Council briefing on Libya
Changes to COVID-19 testing measures for travellers arriving in the UK from 4am 11 February.
Reducing the number of travel restrictions to provide stability for travellers and the travel industry throughout 2022.
Correspondence between Rt Hon Lord Pickles, Chair of ACOBA and the Shadow Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster
The Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy is working with the OIT and UKRI to provide energy policy briefings for UK academics.
The VMD’s online services are temporarily unavailable Monday 24 January due to emergency electrical works.
Applications have today opened for the Chair of the England Species Reintroduction Task Force
Publication of the draft Air Navigation (Amendment) Order 2022 and an accompanying explanatory memorandum.
The UK's Permanent Representative to the UN in Geneva, Ambassador Simon Manley, delivered this statement during Syria's Universal Periodic Review (UPR) at the Human Rights Council.
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Foreign Secretary Liz Truss and European Commission Vice-President Maroš Šefčovič held talks on the Northern Ireland Protocol and UK-EU relations.
The system could be used to defend high value assets whilst alongside in harbour, and to protect critical infrastructure.
The £355m upgrade will improve port access, reduce congestion and enhance safety as well as connections between the city centre and tourist and recreational facilities.
New research has been carried out which will shed some light on how street lighting could be used to pave the way for autonomous vehicles in the future.
Active Travel England builds on government commitment to boost cycling and walking and deliver a healthy, safe and carbon-neutral transport system.
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