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The News section lists important news items recently published, regarding government policy and issues affecting UK citizens.
HM Revenue and Customs has today published the consultation paper, ‘Strengthening Sanctions for Tax Avoidance’, setting out proposals to tackle the serial use of tax avoidance schemes.
New proposals will let the NMC, GDC, GPhC and PSNI ask for evidence of English language ability.
Victims of crime can now find the latest information about their case at any time of the day or night thanks to an innovative online service to be launched to police forces across the country.
Minister for the Middle East Tobias Ellwood condemns Israeli settlement announcement and urges reversal of decision.
2 million low-income and vulnerable households will get £140 off their energy bills, thanks to the Warm Home Discount scheme.
With permission, Mr Speaker, I should like to update the House on progress in implementing the recommendations contained in Peter Clarke’s report into Birmingham’s schools.
The government is investigating an information loss, relating to 3 independent judge-led inquiries.
Freezing weather: Cold Weather Payments go up as the temperature goes down.
HyperCatCity will get businesses and cities working together to find new, effective ways to deliver services using data and technology.
Average house price in England and Wales now £177,766 compared with the peak of £181,138 in November 2007.
Parliament is to consider plans to more than double the maximum administrative penalty for benefit fraud from £2,000 to £5,000.
Results from a trial of a new Ebola vaccine confirm it can progress to larger scale testing.
Projects which help councils deliver more for less by working with local communities and neighbourhood groups awarded share of £2 million.
A licence will be issued to Devon Wildlife Trust permitting the managed release into the wild of beavers on a 5 year trial basis.
Tens of thousands of people have gone online to buy copies of the wills of family members, famous names and historical figures by using the new digital service.
Prime Minister David Cameron spoke about how Britain will remember the Holocaust.
The government is making an extra £25 million of funding available in world leading auctions for low carbon support, following high levels of demand for contracts.
The CMA has today opened a consultation on a suite of draft unfair contract terms guidance.
A share of £100,000 is up for grabs as part of a new community energy competition launched today by Energy and Climate Change Secretary, Edward Davey.
2015 bidding round now open.
Seaside attractions across England are to benefit from a record £36 million government investment to boost growth in coastal areas.
Eric Pickles publishes legislative proposals to cut the number of government officials who can demand entry to homes and businesses.
Prime Minister David Cameron has made a statement on the Japanese hostages.
Philip Hammond condemns reported barbaric murder of Japanese hostage by ISIL.
The £50 million contract has gone to BAE Systems to support the British Army’s armoured tracked vehicle fleet.
Offenders found abusing so-called ‘legal highs’ in prison will face a new crackdown by prison authorities from next week.
The squad of experts being sent in to help Birmingham City Council improve how it delivers for local residents has been announced.
Industry and government have come together to set the strategic vision for the strengthening of the UK’s rail supply chain.
Ernst and Young has pledged their support for the armed forces community by signing the Armed Forces Covenant.
Young people’s advocates tackling gang-related sexual exploitation have received Home Office funding to continue for an extra 12 months.
Orchestra tax relief joins a number of other successful creative sector tax reliefs supporting films, theatre, animation and video games.
Scotland is set to become one of the world’s most powerful devolved administrations thanks to the draft legislation published by the UK Government today.
The UK government has published draft legislation on the further powers for Scotland set out in the Smith Commission Agreement.
21 countries gather in London for meeting of the small group of the global coalition to counter ISIL.
Remember to use Secure eMail to send personal and sensitive legal information across the internet.
Stephen Williams speaks of the importance of remembering, ahead of Holocaust Memorial Day which is held worldwide on 27 January.
The CMA Cartels and Criminal Group has launched a campaign to hire a number of talented individuals across a range of specialisms including intelligence, civil cartel enforcement and digital forensics.
Tough new laws to tackle the harmful and unacceptable practice of female genital mutilation (FGM) took a crucial step closer to becoming law.
Descendants and the public invited to join national commemorations in London.
Businesses and consumers across Europe are being let down by the “patchwork” approach to the digital economy in Europe, Vince Cable will warn in a speech in Brussels today (20 January 2015).
The government is joining forces with leading UK automotive manufacturers to boost skills across the sector, inspire the next generation of vehicle makers and create new routes into automotive careers.
Government competition to boost innovation in the heat industry, drive down energy bills and cut carbon emissions in the UK.
Eric Pickles and Lord Ahmad have written to every mosque in England.
The new rates of pensions and allowances payable under the War Pensions Scheme from 6 April 2015 have now been announced and are set out in the tables below.
The Secretary of State for Health is looking to appoint Members to both the NHSPRB and DDRB.
Eighty four per cent of health and safety rules will have been scrapped or improved in this Parliament, freeing employers from unnecessary red tape.
Measures to help UK businesses face the cyber security challenge and help our cyber security firms tap into the US market have been announced.
UK Space Agency brings satellite tools to Government departments.
Advice from the Attorney General not to identify victims in sexual offence cases.
New campaign ‘Normal Day’ showcases the Army’s role and relevance in changing times.
Environment Agency grants Cuadrilla environmental permits for shale gas exploration. Strong environmental standards are in place.
The government is seeking your views on what you would like to see in Budget 2015, which will take place on Wednesday 18 March.
The UK-led Beagle 2 Mars Lander, thought lost on Mars since 2003, has been found partially deployed on the surface of the planet.
A revised code of practice for the Mental Health Act 1983 provides guidance for professionals.
UK’s most rural communities a step closer to getting a fuel price cut.
A significant proportion of our investigation and enforcement work is aimed at tackling the perpetrators of investment scams.
The Intellectual Property Office (IPO) is seeking to recruit a number of IT Professionals.
Home Secretary Theresa May on the threat we face from terrorism in the UK.
People will no longer be able to purchase diclofenac tablets, used to treat pain and inflammation, from pharmacies without a prescription from their doctor due to the small risk of heart problems.
An optimistic expectation of an £800 a week State Pension is an example of why teenagers soon to enter the world of work need a wake-up call about the importance of saving for old age.
A further 37 employers who failed to pay their workers the National Minimum Wage have been named today (15 January 2015) by Business Minister Jo Swinson.
Deadline is 12pm on 23 January 2015 for contract holders to accept extension offer.
Procurement process for 2015 Standard Civil Contracts closes 12pm, 23 January 2015.
We are sending out forms to ratepayers from January asking for information about their property and business.
New figures published today reveal that the UK’s Creative Industries are now worth £76.9 billion per year to the UK economy.
Government publishes the response to The Future of Apprenticeships in England: Funding Reform Technical Consultation.
Pension wise will offer free and impartial guidance to people on the new pension freedoms which come into effect in April.
Schools, colleges and organisations are invited to submit proposals to a £3.5 million grant fund to support projects in character education.
We have 20 vacancies for lawyers in our Commercial Law Group.
A new online tool will help the Council for Science and Technology (CST) to map the research landscape in the UK.
Theresa May says murders are a reminder of the threat we face from terrorism.
Scottish Secretary signals continued support for oil and gas sector during a visit to Aberdeen as oil prices plummet.
Prime Minister David Cameron and the German Chancellor gave a joint press conference in Downing Street yesterday.
RAF Lakenheath in Suffolk will become home to the first 2 US F-35 fighter jet squadrons in Europe.
Jeremy Hunt pays tribute to nurse Pauline Cafferkey and NHS volunteers, outlines screening procedures and emphasises UK prepared for Ebola.
Schools and organisations are invited to apply to be recognised as a leader in character education through the 2015 DfE Character Awards.
This new agreement will enable government and public sector organisations to buy a wide range of vehicles.
Opportunities for businesses and local authorities to work together to develop integrated transport systems.
The Marine Management Organisation (MMO) has responded to questions about fisheries catch limits set for January 2015.
Prime Minister David Cameron’s and Chancellor Merkel’s statement following the terrorist attack in Paris today.
The Africa Prosperity fund is looking for project concepts for financial year 2015 to 2016 funding.
Background to latest NHS England accident and emergencey (A&E) statistics.
The Ministry of Defence has awarded Babcock International a £900 million 10-year contract for the maintenance of the army’s land vehicles.
Nearly 800 foreign criminals are being kicked out of the country as tough new ‘deport first, appeal later’ measures start to have an impact.
Ten of the most terrible excuses for missing the 31 January tax return deadline have been revealed today by HM Revenue and Customs.
Information regarding vacancies for lawyers in HM Revenue and Customs.
Mobile phones that are being used by prisoners will be cut off under proposed new legislation.
Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin visited Birmingham New Street station today (2 January 2015) to see how the government’s record investment in the rail network is benefiting passengers.
Deputy Prime Minister launches country-wide search for unsung Mental Health Heroes.
Ed Davey, Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, has now officially confirmed the results of the first ever Capacity Market Auction, which is great news for consumers as fierce competition drove costs down below expected levels.
The New Year Honours lists 2015, published today, recognise the achievements of a wide range of extraordinary people across the UK.
New fees for Patent Cooperation Treaty applications listed below.
Downing Street statement following the confirmation of an Ebola case in Scotland.
Public Health England is contacting plane passengers following the recent UK case of Ebola.
Time is running out to complete your Self Assessment tax return.
British motorists will be able to fly the flag with pride in the new year thanks to government plans to display the Union Flag on driving licences, transport minister Claire Perry announced today (30 December 2014).
The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) has published a contract notice inviting bids to provide delivery and support services for foreign direct investment.
The Scottish government has confirmed a case of Ebola in an individual in Scotland, who travelled to Glasgow from Sierra Leone.
Administrators for the delivery firm City Link have confirmed they anticipate a substantial number of redundancies in the coming days.
Business Minister Matthew Hancock announces the government’s war on red tape has saved business £10 billion over the last 4 years.
£5.2 million of grants have been awarded to 34 volunteer-led programmes in communities across the country.
Launched in May 2014, Your Tax Account will, over time, enable small businesses to access everything they need to manage their tax affairs in a single, secure, online space. HMRC has worked with business customers to ensure it reflects their needs and is user-friendly.
Education Secretary Nicky Morgan urges parents to check they know how to help keep their children safe online.
The government’s archive of 41 million wills dates back to 1858 and will enable people to find out more about their family histories, as well as researching the last wishes of some of the most influential people of the 19th and 20th century.
The Prime Minister David Cameron sends his best wishes to everyone celebrating Christmas in the UK and around the world.
Nick Clegg announces that up to £50 million will be available for regionally-focused business lenders through the British Business Bank.
The government has unveiled £191 billion of business opportunities to 2020 and beyond.
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office is changing the way that it registers the birth and death of British Citizens overseas. Registration at British Consulates overseas are being gradually withdrawn throughout 2014 and early 2015. Registrations will be carried out instead in a central registration unit in the UK.
HMRC are providing a new online chat service to customers with Self Assessment queries this January.
The government today launched a £2 million fund for organisations reporting an increase in demand on their services prompted by the Child Sexual Abuse Inquiry.
At Veterans UK, we understand that despite it being the festive season there is still a need to support the veterans community at this time of year.