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Memorial to Victims of Tunisia Terrorist Attack

Funding will be made available for a memorial dedicated to the victims of last week’s terrorist attack in Tunisia and a separate site of remembrance for all UK nationals who have been killed in terrorist atrocities overseas, Prime Minister David Cameron announced today.


Union Flags Now Feature on British Driving Licences

From today (6 July 2015), all photocard licences issued in England, Scotland and Wales will carry the Union Flag alongside the existing European Union flag.


FCO Condemns Islamist Murders in Nigeria

James Duddridge condemns appalling attacks in Borno, Nigeria, which have killed over 100 in the holy month of Ramadan.


English Votes for English Laws

The introduction of ‘English votes for English laws’ will see the government strengthen the constitution with changes that make the law-making process sustainable in the long term and fair to all parts of the UK.


DWP – Automatically Enrolled Workplace Pensions

Millions more to be automatically enrolled into workplace pensions.


Countryside Stewardship Scheme Grants

Bees are to benefit from £900 million for a new scheme to protect our countryside, Environment Secretary Elizabeth Truss announced today.


Advice on Dealing with Extremism and Radicalism in Education

Advice to clarify schools and childcare providers’ role under the new ‘prevent duty’, and to help protect children from radicalisation.


Tax Free Childcare to Start in 2017

Government confirms Tax-Free Childcare launch date as it welcomes judgment from Supreme Court.


Tax Credits Scam Emails

Fraudsters are targeting tax credits claimants with scam emails, fake websites and text messages in the run-up to the 31 July renewals deadline, HMRC warned today.


Tickets Available for Battle of the Somme Centenary

We will remember them – 8,000 tickets available for public to commemorate the Battle of the Somme Centenary.


Public Health England – Advice on the Heatwave

Public Health England urges people to look out for those who may feel the ill-effects of hot weather as prolonged spell of high temperatures forecast.


Mobile Phone Roaming Charges Set to End

From June 2017, mobile roaming charges will no longer apply within the EU for making calls, sending texts and using the internet.


David Cameron – Statement on Islamist Murders in Tunisia

David Cameron gave a statement in the House of Commons on the attack in Tunisia and about the European Council meeting on 25 to 26 June.


15 British Nationals Murdered in Tunisia by Islamists in Terrorist Attack

North Africa Minister Tobias Ellwood confirmed at least 15 British nationals had been killed in yesterday’s attack, and warned the number might rise.


David Cameron – Terrorism in France and Tunisia

Before I start, let me comment briefly on the appalling events that have taken place in France and Tunisia. Our hearts all go out to the victims of these appalling terrorist acts.


Calais – Government Information and Advice

Information and links for anyone affected by travel disruption at Calais.


Calais Immigration Crisis

The government has held an emergency COBRA meeting to discuss the ongoing immigration crisis in Calais. As migrants have been boarding lorries to enter the UK during the recent strikes by French ferry workers, Philippe Mignonet, the Deputy Mayor of Calais, has claimed the city has been sacrificed by Europe, and particularly by Britain.


Apply for MOD Business Funding

The Ministry of Defence is looking to fund development of innovative products and services by businesses in 7 specific technology areas.


Cyber Security Training for Procurement Professionals

The government today (23 June) launched a new online cyber security training course to help the procurement profession stay safe online.


Michael Gove’s Speech on One Nation Justice Policy

What does a one nation justice policy look like? An overview of the new government’s approach to the law and of forthcoming reforms.


VJ Day 70 Events August 2015

The Ministry of Defence, in collaboration with The Royal British Legion, will lead commemorations this summer to mark the 70th Anniversary of the Victory over Japan Day, taking place on Saturday 15 August 2015 in Central London.