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Prime Minister Theresa May set out the Plan for Britain, including the 12 priorities that the UK government will use to negotiate Brexit.
New Year is a time to reflect on what has passed and to look ahead to the opportunities to come. And this year, as I consider all that 2017 has in store, I believe those opportunities are greater than ever.
A landmark bill which sets out and governs the powers available to the police, security and intelligence agencies to gather and access electronic communications has received Royal Assent.
A summary of the main points of Wednesday’s budget statement.
In her first speech to the CBI Annual Conference today, Prime Minister Theresa May will outline the first steps in a modern, ambitious Industrial Strategy which will build on the country’s strengths and address the long-term structural challenges which can hold British businesses back.
Bank of England’s Financial Policy Committee will be granted new powers by the government to help it protect the financial system from future risks in the buy-to-let mortgage market.
Millions of motorists could see their car insurance cut by about £40 a year thanks to plans to crackdown on the epidemic of whiplash claims.
The Prime Minister spoke to US President-elect Donald Trump earlier this afternoon to congratulate him on his hard-fought election campaign and victory.
HM Revenue and Customs will not be asking anyone to file accounts five times a year, nor will we be introducing in-year quarterly payments.
Prime Minister Theresa May gave a statement after Donald Trump was elected the next President of the United States.
A statement from the Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union on the process for invoking Article 50.