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The Cabinet Office published a timetable today that explains when the different sections of the new Charities Act are going to take effect.
My government will use the opportunity of a strengthening economy to deliver security for working people, to increase life chances for the most disadvantaged and to strengthen national defences.
Thirty-nine growth hubs giving 4.7 million businesses across England ready access to the support they need to start up, scale up and create more jobs are now launched.
The Immigration Bill has received Royal Assent, introducing a series of reforms to further crack down on illegal migration. It will ensure that the immigration system supports the best interests of the UK and those who play by the rules.
This service provides a personalised estimate of what someone may receive when they reach State Pension age based on their National Insurance contributions records.
A new DWP website has been launched by the Pension Tracing Service to help people find their lost pension savings.
Britain’s businesses are being urged to better protect themselves from cyber criminals following government research.
The Government Online website was unavailable earlier today (7 May 2016) due to a website server update. This process has now been completed.
Following a consultation launched in March, a package of reforms to the Capacity Market has been confirmed.
A new Framework has been launched on the Digital Marketplace that transofrms how businesses sell their services to government.
The Prime Minister’s brief statement on the landmark Hillsborough inquest verdict.
The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills has set out its arguments for the benefits of the TTIP trade agreement. They try to clarify its benefits and demolish some of the myths associated with it.
Cold callers will no longer be able to hide or disguise their phone numbers as Government continues to crack down on nuisance calls.
Tax credits can now be renewed online in a matter of minutes. There is no need to wait until 31 July deadline to start the renewal process.
Immigration Minister confirms UK contribution to EU/Turkey deal.
The Counter Terrorism Internet Referral Unit has launched a campaign to encourage the public to report online material which promotes terrorism or extremism.
Government announces Liam Maxwell as the first National Technology Adviser.
In 2010, the National Security Strategy identified cyber as a Tier 1 threat to the UK. In November 2011, we published the UK National Cyber Security Strategy.
The national Counter Terrorism Internet Referral Unit will be running a period of extended activity from 7am this Friday (15/4), to support the STOP terrorists’ and extremists’ online presence campaign.
Dealing with my own circumstances first, yesterday I published all the information in my tax returns not just for the last year, but for the last 6 years.
Tower Hamlets council has made some progress under the supervision of government appointed commissioners but is still some way off the return of functions according to Communities Secretary Greg Clark.
HS2 Ltd, the company responsible for the design, engineering and construction of Britain’s new high speed rail network has today (12th April) announced dates and locations for its regional Supply Chain Roadshows 2016.
The Prime Minister, David Cameron, has announced a new taskforce to deal with the so-called Panama Papers.
The UK will bring forward plans to introduce a criminal offence for corporations who fail to stop their staff facilitating tax evasion.
On Friday 15th April, a 36 hour period of extended activity will take place to support the STOP Terrorists’ and Extremists’ Online Presence campaign.
Summary and explanation of the PM’s tax affairs covering his final year as Leader of the Opposition and all years as Prime Minister.
Minister for Preventing Abuse, Exploitation and Crime shares lessons of UK leadership in tackling modern slavery with global representatives at the UN.
Scarlet fever is in the peak season and Public health England reports a high number of notifications.
Schools should register their initial interest by 6 May 2016 to buy tablet devices using collective buying power.
From today (6 April 2016) companies will have to hold a register of People with Significant Control (PSC).
HMRC can confirm that we have already received a great deal of information on offshore companies, including in Panama, from a wide range of sources, which is currently the subject of intensive investigation.
Plans for British steel companies to compete on level playing field for public sector contracts announced.
The UK Government remains in no doubt over the sovereignty of the Falkland Islands, nor of the right of the islanders to determine their own future.
In a move to further strengthen the UK’s cyber defences, the Defence Secretary Michael Fallon has announced that over £40 million will be spent on a new Cyber Security Operations Centre (CSOC).
Tax changes coming into effect this week will see Britain’s businesses benefit from lower taxes.
The government is considering what options are appropritate for trying to save Tata Steel, now the decision to sell it has been made by its parent company.
It will no longer be necessary to make a court application to file for bankrutcy from April 2016. Instead, it will be possible to make an application via the government’s main website, at which point it will be assessed by an Adjudicator employed by the Insolvency Service. The service will thus be quicker and cheaper to use.
Visa changes to reduce reliance on foreign workers.
Finance Bill introduces measures to provide opportunity for families, back British business and tackle multinational tax avoidance.
Investors can request an invite to the event to be held at the Royal Society in London. The aim of the Marketplace is to showcase innovations from some of our funding competitions to potential investors, from the defence market and wider, to increase the likelihood of exploitation.
These courses offer brand new content for 2016 and each module provides a practical understanding of the latest developments in intellectual property (IP) law.
Senior officials met this afternoon to review the situation following this morning’s explosions in Brussels.
The Prime Minister gave a statement in the House of Commons on the European Council agreement about the migration crisis in Europe.
David Cameron has written to the now ex-Work and Pensions Secretary after his surprise resignation.
The Chancellor has presented his Budget to Parliament – here’s a summary of what was announced.