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Proposals published to trial automatic switching for customers on expensive default energy tariffs to cheaper deals, and government to tackle 'loyalty penalty'.
Compensation for wrongly convicted postmasters has been confirmed.
The government has set out plans to make the UK the best destination in the world for researchers, making sure that it continues to attract the brightest and best from the UK and from overseas.
New Innovation Strategy sets out plans to cement the UK’s position as a world-leader in science, research and innovation.
Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng has co-chaired the third meeting of the reconstituted UK Steel Council.
Businesses and investors are being urged to get ready for changes to the UK’s strengthened national security regime which will commence fully on 4 January 2022.
Business Secretary and Consumer Minister unveil consumer protection reforms
Unleashing the full potential of smart systems and flexibility in our energy sector could reduce the costs of managing the system by up to £10 billion a year by 2050, as well as generate up to 10,000 jobs.
A new strategy to ensure England’s pubs, bars, restaurants and other hospitality venues can thrive long-term.
Independent Green Jobs Taskforce issues call to action on how the UK can deliver a green industrial revolution with government, business and the education sector working together.
G7 science ministers have committed to strengthening international collaboration on scientific research, as nations work together to build back better from the pandemic.
New government funding will help leading UK space technology company Reaction Engines bring low-carbon space propulsion one step closer
Letter setting out the Capacity Market auction parameters for the T-1 auction for the 2022 to 2023 delivery year, and the T-4 auction for 2025 to 2026 delivery year.
The UK Government's bold new life sciences vision will build on the pandemic response to improve health outcomes for patients across the country.
Cash boost for British offshore wind manufacturing will unleash more than 1,000 new jobs across the Humber and North-East, with over £180 million of private sector investment.
UK Life Sciences Vision sets 10-year strategy for sector to solve some of the biggest healthcare problems of our generation, including cancer and dementia.
Businesses across the UK will be able to benefit from financial support thanks to a new subsidy control system following our departure from the EU.
The deadline to phase out coal from Great Britain's energy system has been brought forward by a whole year, highlighting the UK’s leadership to go further in driving down emissions and tackling climate change.
Competition will fund critical research into electric and hydrogen aircraft to support aviation reach net zero by 2050.
New funding to support UK professional and business services regulators following the introduction of the Professional Qualifications Bill to Parliament.
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