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Small businesses across the UK will benefit from stronger leadership and entrepreneurship skills to improve their overall productivity, thanks to 8 innovative projects which received the green light today.
Government launches £4million Video Games Prototype Fund to support UK video games development.
From tomorrow (12 October 2015), a new scheme is being launched helping anyone reaching State Pension age before 6 April 2016 to safeguard their long-term financial security.
New data reveals there is a staggering £2.2 billion worth of savings available to households in the UK if they simply switch their energy supplier.
A webinar for this Centre for Defence Enterprise (CDE) £2 million phase-1 research funding competition will be held on 3 November 2015.
Facebook vice-president to give keynote speech at Innovate 2015.
Government publishes its response to consultation on rules to cap the fees charged by banks to their business customers for processing credit and debit card payments.
The Highway Code on GOV.UK has been made easier to use, as research shows how keeping up to date changes people’s road behaviour.
Millions of patients will benefit from ground-breaking plans for 7-day access to both their GPs and hospitals, David Cameron has announced.
David Cameron has made a statement on the death of former Chancellor Denis Healey.
No more excuses for charity fundraisers as new rules brought in to protect vulnerable people.
Today we are a step closer to the realisation of a new single unitary patent and Unified Patent Court providing uniform protection for UK business in up to 26 EU Member States.
To protect children from the dangers of secondhand smoke, it’s now illegal to smoke in cars and other vehicles with someone under 18 present.
The pay packets of thousands of Welsh workers will be boosted from today as the new National Minimum Wage rates come into force.
Consumer Rights Act to give consumers new legal rights entitling them to a repair or replacement when digital products are faulty.
Security for the Internet of Things: apply for innovation funding.
Requirement under section 19 of the Terrorism Act 2000 to report certain terrorist financing offences.
15 British veterans were presented with France’s highest honour for their role in liberating the country in the Second World War.
British foreign fighters that have gone to join ISIL in Syria could be subject to UN sanctions for the first time.
International Development Minister Desmond Swayne announces £20 million in life-saving new UK aid funding during visit to Iraq.
£700,000 competition supports hire schemes across the country with hundreds of new electric bicycles to get more people cycling.
Millions of commuters benefitting from Government’s free Wi-Fi on public transport.