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Public urged to continue using NHS COVID-19 app as changes made will result in fewer close contacts being advised to self-isolate
The Fish Health Inspectorate (FHI) have found Koi herpesvirus (KHV) disease in fish at the following sites in England and Wales
The Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport has appointed Dame Judith Macgregor DCMG LVO as the Interim Chair of the British Tourist Authority from 1st August 2021 to 30th April 2022, whilst the appointment …
The Insolvency Service is seeking information from postmasters who believe they may have been made bankrupt due to the Horizon IT system.
The Blue Belt Programme has launched a comprehensive online training platform for the UK Overseas Territories. This will provide training and development of skills across a wide range of marine management themes, free of cha…
A new 182-mile accessible Coast to Coast footpath will help more people access Britain's landscapes
Recent arbitration awards have shown differing interpretations of the time limit for a tied pub tenant to refer a dispute to the PCA for arbitration where it is not about the Market Rent Only option (non-MRO). The PCA is als…
The Chancellor has called on small and medium business leaders to sign up to a new programme designed to hone their expertise as he attended one of the first courses in the UK today (August 2).
The new requirements, known as planning gateway one, will ensure that high-rise developments consider fire safety at the earliest stages of planning.
The British Embassy and Consulates regularly hold events across Spain to update British citizens on the UK’s departure from the European Union.
Following the 29 July attack on MV Mercer Street, the Iranian Ambassador to the UK was summoned to the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office today.
Alok Sharma is visiting Bolivia today to stress the urgent action needed from all countries ahead of COP26
Dstl is exploring the potential for cutting-edge autonomous robotic solutions to detect life threatening chemical, biological and radiological (CBR) hazards.
Vindi Banga has been appointed as Chair of UK Government Investments (UKGI), by John Glen, the Economic Secretary to the Treasury.
East Kilbride double glazing firm run by Hagit and Gary Fieldman disqualified after failing to keep records to explain where millions went.
The VMD’s online services will be shut down on Saturday 7 August for essential maintenance.
A case study from the 5G Testbeds and Trials Programme, the government’s nationally coordinated programme of investment in 5G.
New autonomous transport technology developed by AutoAir
This rural 5G testbed tested new approaches and business models
This rural 5G testbed connected rural communities