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The News section lists important news items recently published, regarding government policy and issues affecting UK citizens.
Webinars, emails and videos on the Construction Industry Scheme.
The Prime Minister said: I would like to congratulate Elizabeth Lane on her appointment as Suffragan See of Stockport and in doing so becoming the first woman bishop in the Church.
As part of its long-term economic plan, the Government has secured a binding agreement with the mobile networks EE, O2, Three and Vodafone to tackle poor signal issues in so-called ‘partial not-spots’.
UK will work to ensure listing of Hamas is maintained in the EU
Publication of the Al-Sweady Inquiry Report – Investigation into Possible Maltreatment of Iraqi Prisoners
The report proves conclusively that allegations of torture and murder are untrue and that all of the 28 dead were killed in fighting with British Forces.
The Wales Bill received Royal Assent today (17 December) providing the Welsh Government with a powerful incentive to grow the Welsh economy and strengthen their financial accountability and transparency.
The Ministry of Defence has signed a contract worth £140 million with Babcock International for the sale of Defence Support Group.
A consortium is to be formed from academia and industry across the UK and US to help troops on the battlefield share, store and process information.
Help and support from HM Revenue and Customs for tax agents and advisers. Webinars, e-learning and videos if you’re a tax agent or adviser.
Help and support from HM Revenue and Customs on self-employment. Webinars, emails and videos if you’re self-employed.
Apply to join our team of core staff in the Security and Justice Group based in London. (Open to non-civil servants).
The deadline for questions about the 2015 civil tenders was 12 noon on 16 December 2014 and a guidance document is being prepared capturing your enquiries.
Our deadline for questions about the Duty Provider Crime Contracts tender was 12pm on 15 December 2014 and a guidance document is being prepared that provides answers to your enquiries.
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) introduce a new online payment service.
A new scheme offering 100,000 first-time buyers new homes with a 20% discount is announced today by the Prime Minister.
Local Government Secretary Eric Pickles today (13 December 2014) called on councils to be more open about top earners and prove to taxpayers they are getting value for money from 6-figure salaries and lucrative bonuses.
Request for supplier engagement for our Local Land Charges proposals.
Chancellor visits Eastleigh to announce that government’s 65 plus bonds will pay savers the best available interest rates.
Money for nothing? Not something you hear offered every day, but the Government’s new law means that all employers will soon be legally responsible to enrol their staff onto a workplace pension scheme.
HM Revenue and Customs has re-launched Supporting Small Business, which lays out how the department is making tax easier, quicker and simpler.
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has published additional guidance for UK micro and small businesses who supply digital services to consumers in other EU Member States.
We are aware fraudulent European Patent Office and Office for Harmonisation in the Internal Market invoices are being sent to UK based companies and individuals.
The Prime Minister announces new plans to tackle child abuse on the internet at the #WeProtect Children Global Summit in London.
Eric Pickles’ written ministerial statement on the independent review of Birmingham City Council.
The launch of MyLicence is an important step in allowing motor insurers access to driver information. It will act as a deterrent against insurance fraud and in some cases, should reduce insurance premiums for GB motorists.
The High Court has announced its decision on the judicial review case between 2 ILF users and the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions.
Birmingham City Council Warned It Has A Year to Improve Its Performance Or Face Further Government Intervention
The Local Government Secretary has given his strong backing to a new report warning that Birmingham City Council has a year to improve its performance or face further intervention.
Combined weather warnings issued for roads in the North East and North West on 10 and 11 December.
Speaking at the Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester where he welcomed Manchester’s selection as European City of Science 2016, the Chancellor today (Monday 8 December) set out how much of the £5.9 billion of investment in science announced in the Autumn Statement last week will benefit the North of England.
New measures to support sufferers of the industrial disease mesothelioma and their families have been announced by Justice Minister Lord Faulks.
There is a high threat from terrorism.
Philip Hammond condemns Al Qaida’s brutal murder of two hostages in Yemen.
More people will get help to improve the energy efficiency of their homes through a new release of the Green Deal Home Improvement Fund.
100 small businesses welcomed to first Downing Street Christmas Fair, as business rates support unveiled ahead of Small Business Saturday.
FirstStop works with partners such as Age UK, local councils and home improvement agencies in 15 areas across England, to provide tailored advice and practical support for older people who may be struggling to cope in their own homes but remain determined to keep living independently.
Rural Payments Agency urges farmers to get up to speed with the new rules or risk losing money.
By 11 December 2014 all HMRC 0845 helpline telephone numbers will be taken out of service.
The government has launched a consultation asking for views on how best to introduce mandatory reporting of female genital mutilation (FGM).
Communities Minister announces 17 projects to receive a share of £270,000 to help end FGM by creating a network of community champions.
UK Export Finance gains recognition from readers of a leading trade finance magazine following a highly productive year of innovation.
There will be limits on the backdating of changes to rating assessments in England with effect from 1 April 2015.
Up to £800k available for studies into business case for retaining value in durable goods through reuse, remanufacture or lease/maintenance.
The Chancellor has presented the Autumn Statement to Parliament – here’s a summary of what was announced.
The British High Commission in Port-of-Spain would like to invite concept bids for the FCO’s Prosperity Fund 2015/16. The Prosperity Fund supports projects that promote sustainable global growth.
This extension will provide lenders with continued certainty over the availability of cheap funding to support lending to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) during 2015, even in the event of stress in bank funding markets.
Works associated with the laying of the undersea electricity cable between the UK and Norway have been approved by the MMO.
Invitations to tender for actions against the police, clinical negligence and public law contracts.
A new digital application system means that carers can now apply for their allowance at a time that suits them.
New ways to pay the Dartford Crossing charge have launched today (Friday 28 November), ahead of big changes at the Dartford Crossing this weekend.