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Foreign Secretary statement on the suspected Islamist terrorist attack in Munich, with the latest foreign travel advice from the FCO following. Contact details for the FCO travel team are also included.
PM statement following Nice attack: 15 July 2016.
Individuals with experience of sharia law are being urged to take part in an independent review examining whether the religious code is being misused within Britain.
Advice from the Competition and Markets Authority.
After losing the epochal European Union Referendum, David Cameron has congratulated both sides for the parts they have played and announced his resignation. The final tally of votes are 52% for leaving the European Union and 42% for staying in the European Union. The total number of votes cast were 33,551, 983 on a turnout of 72.16% of the electorate. There has been a stunned reaction from around the world.
The Prime Minister has made a short statement on the death of the Labour MP, Jo Cox. Police investigations are still ongoing, but the main suspect appears be Thomas Mair, a local man with a long history of mental illness.
There are special arrangements for employees who have been dismissed following BHS entering administration.
Innovate UK has up to £15 million to invest in innovative research and development projects in an open competition targeted at a whole range of technology, engineering and industrial areas.
An independent review into the application of Sharia Law in England and Wales has been launched by Home Secretary Theresa May today.
The Minister for Cabinet Office gave a speech on the UK’s cyber security strategy and keeping Britain safe from cyber attacks.
The Cabinet Office published a timetable today that explains when the different sections of the new Charities Act are going to take effect.
My government will use the opportunity of a strengthening economy to deliver security for working people, to increase life chances for the most disadvantaged and to strengthen national defences.
Thirty-nine growth hubs giving 4.7 million businesses across England ready access to the support they need to start up, scale up and create more jobs are now launched.
The Immigration Bill has received Royal Assent, introducing a series of reforms to further crack down on illegal migration. It will ensure that the immigration system supports the best interests of the UK and those who play by the rules.
This service provides a personalised estimate of what someone may receive when they reach State Pension age based on their National Insurance contributions records.
A new DWP website has been launched by the Pension Tracing Service to help people find their lost pension savings.
Britain’s businesses are being urged to better protect themselves from cyber criminals following government research.