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In a pair of complex cases, Traffic Commissioner for Scotland, Claire Gilmore disqualified Duncan McKee from holding a vocational driving entitlement for five years and refused his application for a standard international op…
Government is intending to update the technical annexes to the Cosmetic Products Regulation 2009 and Schedule 2 to the Toys (Safety) Regulations 2011.
The UK regulator has taken safety action to reduce risks associated with Roche Accu-Chek Insight Insulin Pumps by issuing a national safety alert and outlining recommendations for patients.…
Reducing the numbers of deaths in the fishing industry, keeping people safe on-board ships, and continuing to drive forward greener maritime are all featured in the Maritime and Coastguard Agency Business Plan for the coming…
Announces the publication of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency’s business plan for 2022 to 2023.
Announces publication of 'Flightpath to the future', which sets out plans to create a modern, innovative and efficient aviation sector.
New strategy launches to build an innovative and sustainable aviation sector.
ESFA Update contains the latest information and actions from ESFA for academies, colleges, local authorities and further education providers.
More than 1,000 Ukrainian pensioners who recently arrived in Britain after fleeing the Russian invasion are already receiving financial support through Pension Credit, new figures show.
On Friday 13 May, a company director pleaded guilty at Milton Keynes Magistrates’ Court for supplying a man who attempted to use a counterfeit licence.
RAIB has today released its report into a track worker struck by a train near Surbiton station, south-west London, 9 February 2021.
Statement by Ambassador James Kariuki at the UN Security Council Meeting on the Protection of Journalists
New-build homes will come with fast and reliable gigabit broadband under plans being brought forward by the government.
Department for Education and Home Office launch a new working group dedicated to tackling the number of spiking attacks against students.
When it comes to looking after the iconic Spaghetti Junction, Italian father and son duo Michael Del-Giudice and Lewis know the perfect recipe.
Motorists and businesses have today paid tribute to the iconic Spaghetti Junction as the road marks 50 years since first opening to traffic.
Funding will kickstart decarbonisation innovation in the maritime sector and tackle shipping emissions.
National Highways gave a group of disability social media influencers a behind-the-scenes look at two control centres as part of a new safety campaign.
A new £40 million competition to kick-start commercial self-driving services, such as delivery vehicles and passenger shuttles, has been launched today.
Message of remembrance from the Security Industry Authority.
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