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Matt Hancock has ordered the removal of pagers for non-emergency communications by the end of 2021.
The Royal Air Force’s Brimstone missile capability has been deployed from a Typhoon jet for the first time, in the fight against Daesh.
Crime, Safeguarding and Vulnerability Minister Victoria Atkins has urged businesses and governments to come together to tackle the “global and complex” scourge of modern slavery and human trafficking.
The RAF are continuing to take the fight to Daesh in Syria.
Ahead of HS2 Ltd beginning construction of a train maintenance depot in Washwood Heath, demolition of a former railway works in Birmingham is now well underway.
The first flight of the Texan T1 state-of-the-art training aircraft has been completed at RAF Valley.
Community-backed projects in 21 areas will receive funding to help families who are vulnerable to the effects of knife crime and gang culture.
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Courts shut down a Stockport-based company that targeted small businesses to sponsor sham drug awareness campaigns for schools
Sara Thornton to take up role to help combat modern slavery.
Mid-season flu vaccine effectiveness data – published in Eurosurveillance – shows good protection against the circulating strain.
Bankrupt nightclub boss from Bristol has been sentenced after he continued to manage companies despite being banned from doing so.
A consultation on conservation covenants, voluntary agreements to protect nature, has been launched by the government.
Fines and costs handed out for illegal fishing
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A 26-year-old man has been successfully prosecuted by the Environment Agency after being found guilty of fishing without a licence in August 2018.
A 29-year-old man from Ilkeston, Derbyshire, has been found guilty of fishing without a licence at Osbourne’s Pond, Heanor on 18 August 2018.
Business Secretary Greg Clark co-chaired the Taskforce which was set up following Honda’s announcement to close their Swindon plant in 2021.
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