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A landmark bill which sets out and governs the powers available to the police, security and intelligence agencies to gather and access electronic communications has received Royal Assent.
A summary of the main points of Wednesday’s budget statement.
In her first speech to the CBI Annual Conference today, Prime Minister Theresa May will outline the first steps in a modern, ambitious Industrial Strategy which will build on the country’s strengths and address the long-term structural challenges which can hold British businesses back.
Bank of England’s Financial Policy Committee will be granted new powers by the government to help it protect the financial system from future risks in the buy-to-let mortgage market.
Millions of motorists could see their car insurance cut by about £40 a year thanks to plans to crackdown on the epidemic of whiplash claims.
The Prime Minister spoke to US President-elect Donald Trump earlier this afternoon to congratulate him on his hard-fought election campaign and victory.
HM Revenue and Customs will not be asking anyone to file accounts five times a year, nor will we be introducing in-year quarterly payments.
Prime Minister Theresa May gave a statement after Donald Trump was elected the next President of the United States.
A statement from the Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union on the process for invoking Article 50.
The Prime Minister has previously stated that the government’s plans were to trigger Article 50 to leave the European Union by the end of March 2017.
The Home Office is making changes to the Immigration Rules affecting a number of categories.
A new campaign to support retailers and other major businesses to prepare for the historic new £1 coin has been launched.
The UK tax gap fell in 2014 to 2015 to its lowest-ever level of 6.5%, official statistics published today reveal.
Number of UK businesses at record high – over a million more businesses since 2010.
Secretary of State David Davis made a statement in the House of Commons on the next steps in leaving the European Union.
From today (30 September 2016), anyone in England and Wales who pays business rates, can go online to check their new draft rateable value.
Government promises fairer bills for business across the country.
Theresa May will today call on international leaders and organisations to work together to stamp out modern slavery worldwide.
Grants and Programme Services gives the public sector access to services for grants administration, promotion, implementation and evaluation.
HS2 Ltd are hosting a morning workshop for women who are interested in careers with us.
Taxpayers can now get their money back direct from HMRC via their Personal Tax Account without the need for a cheque or trip to the bank.
Over 2000 businesses test ways to improve productivity.
Information on how to find out more about the Making Tax Digital reforms.
New digital visa application service now available worldwide.
Paying tax will become less burdensome for British businesses under plans for a 21st century tax system detailed by HMRC today.
The first of our regional roundtables will take place in Birmingham to provide SMEs with the advice they need to become government suppliers.
The Office for Civil Society is seeking to support a fundraising campaign with at least £250,000 of match funding.
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.