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  1. Restart of the UK in JAPAN campaign

    The British Embassy, British Consulate-General and the British Council, in partnership with principal partners Jaguar Land Rover and Standard Chartered Bank are proud to announce the resumption of our ambitious UK in JAPAN c…

  2. World-leading new law to protect rainforests and clean up supply chains

    Legislation would make it illegal for larger businesses to use products unless they comply with local laws to protect natural areas.

  3. Countering extremist ideologies across the globe

    Statement by Ambassador James Roscoe at the Security Council briefing on threats to international peace and security caused by terrorist acts

  4. UK Government supports the income of over 510,000 people across Wales

    Latest figures show an increase in the number of people in Wales benefitting from UK Government support schemes at the end of July

  5. Fraudulent calls from GLD's number

    GLD's general enquiry number is being used fraudulently to target members of the public.

  6. GAD helps kickstart UK film and TV productions

    GAD plays a central role in a new £500m government scheme set to kickstart the UK film and TV productions affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

  7. Relaunch of the health and wellbeing alliance: call for refreshed membership

    Charities are being urged to join the voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) Health and Wellbeing Alliance to ensure the lived experiences of the people they represent are reflected in the development of health po…

  8. Certification Officer: forthcoming hearings

    Cases due to be heard by the Certification Officer.

  9. Crime news: extension of 2017 crime contract to 31 March 2022

    Headline intentions document available on GOV.UK with details of extension and intention to procure new contracts in 2022.

  10. UK Government confirms £32.5 million investment in Moray Growth Deal

    Transformational multi-million pound investment into Moray’s future prosperity given seal of approval

  11. Independent Family Returns Panel welcomes new chair

    Helen Chamberlain has been appointed as substantive chair of the Independent Family Returns Panel (IFRP).

  12. £200 million Mottram bypass reaches major milestone

    Highways England has appointed Balfour Beatty Atkins as its delivery partner to design and construct the new bypass which will take traffic away from the village of Mottram in Longdendale.

  13. Certification Office: mergers

    Summary of mergers of trade unions and employers' associations.

  14. Stephen Lightfoot to become Chair

    Stephen Lightfoot will become Chair of the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) from 1 September 2020.

  15. Priti Patel approves new Taser model to protect officers and the public

    Trained police officers can be equipped with a more effective Taser following the approval of a new model by the Home Secretary today (24 August).

  16. Increasing the level of coordination in offshore electricity infrastructure: BEIS and Ofgem open letter

    Open letter to developers of offshore wind generation, electricity transmission licensees, and other interested parties, calling for views to support the Offshore transmission network review.

  17. Foreign Secretary to press for renewed dialogue in Israel and OPTs

    Dominic Raab will meet with Israeli and Palestinian leaders to reinforce the UK's commitment to a negotiated two-state solution.

  18. Weekly COVID-19 surveillance report published

    PHE publishes a weekly COVID-19 epidemiology surveillance summary.

  19. Applications and complaints to the CAC

    The submission of applications and complaints to the CAC

  20. Deal between Visa and Plaid given the go-ahead

    The CMA has cleared Visa’s anticipated purchase of fintech start-up Plaid.