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David Cameron has written to members of the European Council asking leaders to agree a new package of measures to tackle the Ebola crisis.
New rules will ensure more agricultural land is dedicated to growing crops and food.
Foreign Office Minister Baroness Anelay and Home Office Minister for Modern Slavery and Organised Crime Karen Bradley mark Anti Slavery Day.
The importance of children having relationships with each parent following family breakdown will be reinforced by a new law from next week.
Minister for Europe David Lidington has updated parliament on the gifting of non-lethal equipment to Ukraine.
Citizens Advice Bureau will provide expert face to face guidance, and telephone guidance will be provided by the Pensions Advisory Service.
Speech about the potential, momentum, engagement and challenges of HS2.
The Foreign Secretary made an oral statement in the House of Commons today, on Iraq, Syria and the UK response to the threat of ISIL.
The tax gap, which is the difference between the amount of tax due and the amount collected, was 6.8% of tax liabilities, or £34 billion, in 2012 to 2013.
It was revealed yesterday by the Labour Party that the Welfare Reform Minister, Lord Freud, had said during a fringe meeting at the Conservative Party Conference two weeks ago, that some disabled people weren’t ‘worth the full wage’.
A new survey from Cyber Streetwise has revealed the vast majority of people are not taking necessary steps to protect their identity online.
The UK has announced that it is funding state of the art bomb disposal training to assist the Kurdistan Region of Iraq’s Peshmerga forces in their frontline battle against ISIL.
The Intellectual Property Office is recruiting 50 patent examiners to start in September 2015.
The Deputy Prime Minister wrote a piece for the Sun on the importance of children’s literacy.
A statement on the introduction of screening at UK travel destinations has been issued following advice from the Chief Medical Officer.
Douglas Carswell became the United Kingdom Independence Party’s first MP this morning after the results for the Clacton by-election were counted.
Details of recent Cobra meeting on ebola.
Four men have been arrested in London under the apparent suspicion of planning a terror attack on the mainland.
The government is closely monitoring the spread of the Ebola virus in West Africa, and is taking action at home and abroad.
Statement following today’s meeting with the Prime Minister and UK security, intelligence and police officials following the murder of Alan Henning.