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Permanent Secretaries from the 10 Joint Expeditionary Force (JEF) participant nations met for the first time this year.
New £31 million clean growth loan from UK Export Finance to complete the construction of Bee’ah’s new green headquarters in Sharjah, UAE
The Fish Health Inspectorate (FHI) have found Koi herpesvirus (KHV) disease in fish at the following sites in England and Wales
Review commissioned to ensure air quality standards and regulations are fit for purpose on the rail network.
Lord Frost gave a statement to the House of Lords on Brexit opportunities.
Monthly e-news for MI managers, software writers and suppliers about FE data systems and reports, the ILR, open data and other data news.
The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) is updating regulations applying to software and artificial intelligence (AI) as a medical device.
Industry Working Group of experts to improve standards, reliability and security in electronic signatures.
New plans to capitalise on the freedoms from Brexit have been announced.
A draft affirmative statutory instrument, meaning that car drivers will not need to take another test to tow a trailer or caravan, is being laid in Parliament.
People are being encouraged to contribute their views on changes to how medical devices will be regulated across the UK.
National Highways today announced deals with 50 supply chain partners to carry out up to £3.6 billion worth of renewals to keep England’s motorways and major A roads running safely and smoothly. This work is awarded as part …
Our One IPO Transformation project launched in April 2021. Here are the updates for our transformation activity since then.
The difference between the the total amount of tax expected to be paid and the total amount of tax paid for the 2019 to 2020 tax year is 5.3%.
Development Consent Order application progresses to next round of hearings
Ambassador Neil Bush reaffirms the important role of OSCE's Parliamentary Assembly (PA) and welcomes close cooperation, in response to Ms. Margareta Cederfelt's address.
The CMA will take Teletext Holidays to court unless the firm takes urgent action to improve how it handles refunds to package holiday customers.
A security firm run by two brothers from Liverpool has been fined £50,000 for offences against the Private Security Industry Act 2001.
A unique education project in West Cumbria has graduated to its second year.
The webinar explored the functioning of Bangladesh’s capital markets and looked at how capital market reform and financial sector modernisation in partnership with the UK can support increased private sector investment and h…
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