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Robust and resilient supply chains will provide continuous flow to frontline
Over 4,000 sq km of new land in England will be designated and protected.
Legal duty to self-isolate comes into force today, to ensure compliance and reduce spread of COVID-19
The government announces a new million-pound programme to get more students and their families physically active in time for Bike to School Week.
Over 10 million people in England and Wales have downloaded the app, 6 million on the first day.
Queen’s Birthday Honours list recognises doctors, nurses, fundraisers and volunteers who have made outstanding contributions to the UK’s coronavirus response.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson addressed the UN General Assembly in New York.
New restrictions will be brought in for Wigan, Stockport, Blackpool and Leeds to help curb infection rates as COVID-19 cases continue to rise.
Health and Social Care Secretary Matt Hancock has today heralded the launch of a landmark new strategy that will secure the UK’s future position as a global leader in genomics.
19 philanthropists, charitable funders and foundations to receive share of £85 million from government – generating £170 million for charities’ vital work
The government is texting and emailing people across England to inform them of the new contact tracing app, available to download from the App Store and Google Play.
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab gave the UK statement to the high-level meeting of the Assembly to commemorate the 75th Anniversary of the UN.
Statement by Ambassador Jonathan Allen, UK Chargé d’Affaires to the UN, at the Security Council briefing on Sudan and South Sudan
Over the coming years the UK will be returning high level waste in the form of vitrified residues to Germany.
The Media Freedom Coalition's Executive Group have issued a statement on the Belarus elections.
New seawall at Dawlish reaches an important milestone.
Gloucester director ordered to pay back over £179,000 that he obtained through proceeds of crime.
The British Embassy and Consulates regularly hold events across Spain to update British citizens on the UK’s departure from the European Union.
A new UK Government funded walk-through coronavirus testing facility opened today in Edinburgh's Usher Hall
A response from HM Treasury to the letter sent by the Association of British Insurers regarding the practice of insurers deducting the value of government grants from business interruption insurance settlements.