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Sets out the government response to the Environmental Audit Committee’s report on the future of UK Green Investment Bank plc.
How the government is making sure there will always be a universal postal service.
First published during the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government
This is a copy of a document that stated a policy of the 2010 to 2015…
We’re asking for views on proposals to create a new company to take on service delivery functions from HM Land Registry.
The government's new Spectrum Strategy sets out how we will meet the increasing demands for the use of spectrum over the next decade and double spectrum's contribution to the UK economy.
Seeks evidence on the potential effect of the EU directive on network and information security.
Explains the government's intention to sell shares in Royal Mail.
Sought views and evidence on the government's proposed information economy strategy.
Impact assessment for the Enterprise and Regulatory reform bill for the Green Investment Bank.
The review process that BIS followed in evaluating each submission for the location of the Green Investment Bank (GIB).
Explains the reasons for the decision on the location of the Green Investment Bank (GIB).
Terms of reference for the Green Investment Bank Advisory Group.
Overview of the main purpose and benefits of legislation to the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill on the Green Investment Bank.
The role and functions of the Green Investment Bank (GIB).
Policy statement explaining the government’s strategy for the Post Office.
Policy statement for the 2010 Postal Services Bill.
Sets out how Postcomm and Ofcom will carry out their respective roles before and after the postal sector transfers to Ofcom.
Impact assessment for the Postal Services Bill.
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