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The CMA has opened an investigation into Motorola’s Airwave network, the mobile radio network used by all emergency services in Great Britain.
Investigation into a collision between a passenger train and a buffer stop at Enfield Town, 12 October 2021.
Director banned for 9 years and three further directors receive extended bankruptcy restrictions for misusing COVID-19 financial relief schemes.
The online meeting will aim to give members of the public, their representatives, and people with a professional interest in occupational diseases, the opportunity to learn and ask questions about the Council’s work.
Fully vaccinated passengers and most under 18s arriving from non red-list countries can use a lateral flow test on or before day 2 of their arrival in England.
PM Boris Johnson urges everyone over 50 to get their booster jabs when they get the call.
The RAF has airlifted over 102 people who had already left Afghanistan from a neighbouring third country.
Vulnerable renters struggling due to the impact of the pandemic will be helped by a £65 million support package.
COP26 Presidency releases details about its approach to food and catering for conference delegates, including information on sustainability and food sourcing
Foreign Secretary Liz Truss is forging stronger UK security and defence links with India on her visit to the country, as she visits HMS Queen Elizabeth in Mumbai today.
The UK called for greater global climate ambition ahead of COP26 and applauded Guatemala's long-term commitments.
Businesses, charities, local authorities and general public among those encouraged to have their say on draft plans to improve England’s rivers and for managing flood risks
Children and young people (aged 8-15) would like to do more to help look after the environment, according to new national statistics published by Natural England.
The Digital Trade Principles agreed by the G7 countries at the G7 Trade Track on 22 October 2021.
The Joint Statement issued by the G7 countries at the G7 Trade Track on Forced Labour.
The Joint Communiqué issued by the G7 countries at the G7 Trade Track on 22 October 2021.
The largest IT service centre in Europe opens in Scotland creating hundreds of jobs with a £225 million investment over the next five years.
Regional Winners from the National Apprenticeship Awards 2021 have been announced, celebrating employers, apprentices and champions from a wide range of industries and occupations
Agreement reached at The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) to end export credit support for unabated coal-fired power plants.
Environment Secretary reappoints Non-Executive Directors to the Environment Agency.
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