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The Environment Agency has launched a new flood warning service this week for 17 areas across Yorkshire – which will warn residents of any imminent risk of flooding.
Guidance produced by the SIA on good practice that can help door supervisors protect the public and keep themselves safe.
Environment Agency to begin work to renew flood defence revetment with improvements to the seafront and shoreline
The Environment Agency has completed work on a flood scheme in Egremont
Mrs Jane Owen has been appointed Governor of the Cayman Islands in succession to Mr Martyn Roper OBE.
The UK has reached agreements with the EU and Norway, and wider coastal states, to secure valuable fishing opportunities for the UK fishing industry.
The UK summoned the Iranian Chargé d’Affaires on 8 December following the execution of a protestor.
The Chancellor Jeremy Hunt heard directly from oil and gas companies in a Fiscal Forum meeting in Edinburgh this morning (9 December).
The submission of applications and complaints to the CAC.
Published communications issued to stakeholders relating to regulation of environmental and decommissioning activity for UK offshore oil and gas operations.
Attorney General Victoria Prentis spoke at a conference on the legal response to Russia’s war with Ukraine
Sixteen organisations across England will receive share of £1.97 million from the government to support women experiencing reproductive health issues in the workplace
A review of Studland Bay's voluntary no anchor zone (VNAZ) is being conducted by Marine Management Organisation (MMO).
Letter from the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs (ACMD) on young people’s drug use.
The UK Space Agency is part of the SWOT mission, which is a global satellite survey of the Earth's surface water that observes the ocean's surface topography.
Home Secretary announces support for Private Member’s Bill to make public sexual harassment an offence. The bill will lead to harsher sentences for perpetrators.
A number of high profile public figures including Jermaine Jenas, Myleene Klass, Georgia Kousoulou, Jo Frost and Laura Amies have today backed the government’s Online Safety Bill in the week the landmark internet safety laws…
General Hockenhull, Commander Strategic Command, discussed the use of open source intelligence at a RUSI Members Webinar.
A survey commissioned by the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) into stakeholder perceptions of its work shows positive progress in mission to clean-up the UK’s nuclear legacy sites.
Sir James Bevan outlined his vision for natural flood management as the Environment Agency published a new report on the £15 million NFM programme.
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