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The service of new legal proceedings should be via email.
We are pleased to announce that you can now apply for round two of the Urban Tree Challenge Fund.
Temporary arrangements have been put in place, to provide DBS checks and fast-track emergency checks of the Adults’ and Children’s Barred Lists free-of-charge.
An update for the Grenfell Community.
UKAEA’s new fusion technology centre at Rotherham is now well under construction.
The Office of the Regulator of Community Interest Companies (CICs) has robust plans in place to maintain services for CICs and protect the welfare of employees during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Our response to FOIs, EIRs and SARs may take longer for us to complete at the moment because of COVID-19 implications.
Important information for British nationals in Indonesia regarding COVID-19
More support offered to victims of terrorism through new grant of up to £500,000.
Alex Chisholm has been announced as the new Permanent Secretary at the Cabinet Office and Chief Operating Officer for the Civil Service.
Jeremy Pocklington appointed the new Permanent Secretary.
The Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) is scoping for an innovation competition exploring novel solutions to screen roll on roll off (RORO) cargo and containerised freight entering the UK.
We are currently reviewing how we continue to deliver our services during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and further details will be provided shortly.
Ofsted seeks your views on proposals to revise post-inspection arrangements across all of our work.
FNZ’s purchase of GBST raises competition concerns in the provision of retail investment platform solutions in the UK, a CMA investigation has found.
Following the unprecedented disruption caused by Coronavirus and the closure of IPO buildings, there are some alterations to the services we are providing at present.
Ken McCallum has been named as the new head of MI5.
Charity Commission reports on its inquiry into Al-Fatiha Global
Reckless bosses of two care homes in the Midlands have been disqualified after they diverted council funds before abandoning elderly residents and staff.
Second round of £10million fund opens to plant more trees in cities and towns.