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The News section lists important news items recently published, regarding government policy and issues affecting UK citizens.


Victims’ Information Service Launched for Victims of Crime

New national service to help victims.


Northern Ireland HS2 Supply Chain Event

Invest Northern Ireland are hosting an event in Belfast with HS2 Ltd on how Northern Irish businesses can bid for contracts to build HS2.


UK-China Copyright Week 31 August – 4 September 2015

UK-China copyright week takes place from 31 August to 4 September 2015 and is the latest in a series of high level international events to promote and protect intellectual property across borders.


Shoreham Air Show Accident – Request for Information

Contact details for witnesses / Video / Photographs.


Business Contracts for Digital Forensics

Digital forensics: apply now for business contracts.


Revenge Porn and Revenge Porn Helpline

Hundreds of victims of revenge porn seek support from helpline.


Sale of Lloyds Shares Raise £14.5 Billion

The government has sold a further 1% shareholding in Lloyds Banking Group through the trading plan launched in December.


Charity Investigation into Kids Company

The commission’s inquiry will address concerns about the administration, governance and financial management of the charity, and identify wider lessons for other charities and trustees.


Protecting Intellectual Property with IP Equip

If you’re keen to learn about intellectual property (IP) you can use our online learning tool, IP Equip.


Public Consultation on Minimum Wage

Have your say on the UK minimum wage rates.


Information for Kids Company Employees and Creditors

Kids Company has been wound up in the High Court and the Official Receiver has been appointed as liquidator.


Government and Oracle Sign New Deal

New Oracle deal will help government make savings for the taxpayer.


E-Cigarettes 95% Less Harmful Than Normal Cigarettes – Independent Review

Expert independent review concludes that e-cigarettes have potential to help smokers quit.


New Age Ratings for Vevo and YouTube

Action to protect children from viewing age-inappropriate music videos online.


Changes to Youth Benefits April 2017 – Young People Must Earn or Learn

The government details radical plans to end long-term youth unemployment and decades of welfare dependency.


Investigation into Kids Company

The Charity Commission is conducting a live compliance case into this recently closed charity.


VJ Day 70 15 August 2015

UK unites to thank veterans on the 70th anniversary of Victory over Japan (VJ) Day.


David Cameron – The First 100 Days of This Government

One hundred days ago I stood on the steps of Downing Street and told the British people that the first Conservative majority government for 18 years would govern on behalf of everyone. One nation, one United Kingdom.


Government Savings 2014 – 2015

Government saves £18.6 billion for hard working taxpayers in 2014 to 2015.


Royal Marines Rehearse Drumhead Service for VJ Day 70

Royal Marine musicians have been practising their manoeuvres for the drumhead service set to mark the 70th anniversary of VJ Day on 15 August.


Electoral Fraud in the UK

Eric Pickles, the Anti-Corruption Minister, has written a passionate article in the Daily Telegraph condemning the widespread prevalence of electoral fraud. Quoting Dr Michael Pinto-Duschinsky of the Policy Exchange think tank, he said there are estimated to be 6.5 million ‘ghost voters’ on the electoral rolls.