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New investment to drive forward reversal of the Beeching era cuts.
£112 million funding for councils to help get people off the streets and into accommodation.
The UK Minister for the Middle East has released a statement on the recent surge in violence in Yemen.
Following a meeting with the family of Harry Dunn, the Foreign Secretary has issued a statement.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson's speech at the Holocaust Memorial Day service 2020.
Series of measures will help secure the future of the UK’s free and independent press
The Secretary of State for Health and Social Care Matt Hancock updated Parliament on Wuhan novel coronavirus.
UKEF's Export Working Capital Scheme helped Forrest Fresh Foods, a wholesale distributor of food and drinks, begin exporting.
The British Ambassador to Guatemala, Nick Whittingham, hosted a Welcome Back Reception at his residence on 23 January in honour of returning Chevening scholars.
This letter confirms MHCLG will not be making any further changes to the Council Tax Reduction Schemes (Prescribed Requirements) (England) Regulations 2012 ahead of 2020 to 2021.
Secretary of State renews appointment of Independent Reviewer
Surveillance Camera Commissioner response to the 'Introduction of green number plates for ultra low emission vehicles' consultation by the Department for Transport.
Amanda Spielman spoke at the Headteachers’ Symposium on Creativity and Education about arts subjects in schools and initial teacher education.
Dstl Fellow Dr Noman Govan has been appointed to the Scientific Advisory Board of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW).
The email addresses we use to contact customers are changing.
The extra tax is due to reforms introduced in 2015 to tackle profit diversion.
Letters to schools and colleges from Chief Regulator Sally Collier about making appropriate entries for tiered GCSEs in 2020.
The British Embassy in Paris has been holding meetings across France to update British citizens working and living in the country and answering their questions regarding Britain's departure from the European Union.
The Foreign & Commonwealth Office has issued an update to British nationals living in Hubei Province, China following the outbreak of Wuhan coronavirus.
The Queen has approved the appointment of Rt Hon Lord Hodge as Deputy President of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom.