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Lord Ahmad speaks during the opening session of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly Annual Session in Birmingham.
£116.5 million loan backed by UK Export Finance will help UK businesses prevent avoidable disasters in the country.
The RAF are continuing to take the fight to Daesh in Iraq and Syria.
Virgin Orbit’s next satellite launch will take place from the UK, following the success of the “Straight Up” mission.
The second year of the Turing Scheme will see work or study placements in over 150 destinations across the world for students at school, college or university.
Supported Housing Improvement Programme will help councils in worst-affected areas tackle bad quality and poor value for money in supported housing.
Strong multi-academy trusts to be found to help rapidly improve schools with consecutive Ofsted ratings below Good
Kelly Tolhurst MP is appointed Treasurer of HM Household (Deputy Chief Whip).
Letters from the BEIS Secretary of State to the National Grid Electricity System Operator and EDF's West Burton A power station.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson hosted the Prime Minister of New Zealand, Jacinda Ardern, today to discuss how the two countries could approach shared global challenges together.
Following successful EU-UK engagement, the EU has paused the WTO dispute on the Contracts for Difference scheme.
The cost cap valuation reports for all 20 public service pension schemes are now out. These schemes cover 8 major workforces.
Delivered to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in Vienna, 1 July 2022
The UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern have signed an agreement to extend the generous Youth Mobility Scheme and Working Holiday scheme.
In a recent case, Kevin Rooney, Traffic Commissioner for the West of England, made the decision to not only revoke the licence of Mulholland International Limited and to find that Wendy Mulholland the licence holder and tran…
The UK Business and Energy Secretary opened the conference alongside his Belgian counterpart in front of key figures from government, business and academia.
Sellafield will feature in one of the BBC’s flagship primetime shows this Sunday.
Important news and communications from the Department for Education (DfE) relating to governance in maintained schools and academy trusts in England.
Latest updates on cases of monkeypox identified by the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA).
Prime Minister agrees major Research, Science and Innovation Arrangement with New Zealand
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