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Mr Speaker, I said I would respond personally to the Foreign Affairs Select Committee report on extending British military operations to Syria.
The government has today announced 18 new Enterprise Zones and extended 8 zones.
The Spending Review sets out how £4 trillion of government money will be allocated over the next five years, so the government can invest in priorities like the NHS, defence and housing.
PCS has planned action at various times from Tuesday 1 December until Friday 4 December 2015.
The NHS will receive an additional £10 billion a year above inflation by 2020, delivering in full the Five Year Forward View.
The 2015 review analysed the full range of threats and examined the capabilities needed to counter them.
The Prime Minister will announce a £178 billion investment in defence equipment and support over the next decade.
On UN resolution for action against ISIS (ISIL) in Syria and Iraq.
The UK Government has this week announced a comprehensive programme that will give Britain the next generation of cyber security.
The Independent Freedom of Information Commission is encouraging people to provide feedback by midnight, 20 November.
Businesses across the country are benefitting from record levels of discounts from their rates bills.
PHE launches first nationally available HIV kit for testing those at higher-risk as new figures show 18,100 people unaware they have HIV.
Webinars and e-learning for anti money laundering.
The Government has announced plans to close all coal-fired power stations by 2025 and restrict their use by 2023.
The Prime Minister met Russian President Vladimir Putin for talks focussing on terrorism, Syria and the UK-Russian relationship.
With permission, Mr Speaker, I would like to make a statement about the terrorist attacks in Paris, our response and the threat we face from terrorism in the United Kingdom.
On Friday 13 November, a number of terrorist incidents took place in Paris resulting in widespread casualties. British nationals are advised to exercise caution in public places and follow the advice of the local authorities.
Flags fly at half-mast on Whitehall government buildings and UK will observe a minute’s silence on Monday 16 November 2015.
COBR met this morning to review the latest situation in Paris and the UK’s response following the terrorist attacks.
UK Message following the attacks in Paris 13 November 2015.
The events in Paris are the worst act of violence in France since the Second World War. The worst terrorist attack in Europe for a decade. A horrifying and sickening attack.
Following the horrific atrocities in Paris last night, the Prime Minister chaired COBR this morning to assess what we know about what happened and to review the UK’s response.
News of recent terrorist outrage in Paris. The biggest terrorist attack on the mainland in French history. David Cameron will attend a COBRA security meeting later today.
Prime Minister announces £200 million to help tackle causes of migration, and £2 million UK contribution to the EU’s Africa Trust Fund.
New funding to crack down on rogue landlords and tackle ‘beds in sheds’.
Taxi and private hire drivers will have to prove they are in the UK legally before being granted licences, under new powers in the Immigration Bill.
The Prime Minister delivered his speech on Europe at Chatham House, setting out the case for EU reform.