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Government removes ban on UK-sourced blood plasma for the manufacture of immunoglobulins.
The Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) has delivered a new headquarters and training facility at Laikipia Air Base East in Kenya.
The Marine Management Organisation (MMO) is investigating actions by Greenpeace after its vessel MV Esperanza appeared to drop a number of boulders on to the seabed in the United Kingdom’s Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ.)
Latest information and actions from the Education and Skills Funding Agency for academies, schools, colleges, local authorities and further education providers.
What the changes are, when they will happen, and how they affect SIA licence applicants and licence holders.
Certification Office recognised as Investor in people
Dr June Raine has been appointed as the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency’s (MHRA) new Chief Executive, having been the interim CEO since 2019.
As number of vapers in England plateaus, incorrect perceptions of its relative risks compared to smoking may be discouraging smokers from using vaping to quit.
Schools and colleges to reopen to all pupils from 8 March with asymptomatic COVID-19 testing in place
Investigation into a track worker struck by a train near Surbiton station, south-west London, 9 February 2021.
The Prime Minister will set out the government’s roadmap for cautiously easing lockdown restrictions in England.
Multimillion pound support for Women’s football, netball, badminton and basketball, plus 250,000 free Covid-19 testing kits
Prime Minister Boris Johnson virtually addressed the Munich Security Conference.
The donation of 60 ventilators and 40 monitors by the UK government will strengthen the care of patients with COVID-19 in Peru.
A £180-million contract to deliver cutting edge threat detection technology for the British Army’s new Boxer vehicles will support hundreds of jobs in Scotland, it is announced today.
RAIB has today released its report into a person struck by a train at Eden Park station, south-east London, 26 February 2020.
This event provides information on the arrangements in place at courts and tribunals to meet the Government’s COVID-secure requirements and Public Health guidelines.
Tree felling, which had been taking place alongside the A345 since November 2020, finished 15 days ahead of schedule. Dangerous and dying trees were removed from about 20 miles of roadside.
The Environment Agency is carrying out a review of Yarm’s flood defences to ensure the best protection for 500 homes and businesses.
London Criminal Courts Solicitors' Association, Criminal Law Solicitors Association and Crown Prosecution Service join fast-track entry to HMCTS buildings.
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