Emergency Funding for Businesses in Whaley Bridge

Emergency Funding for Businesses in Whaley Bridge Local communities and businesses impacted by last week’s heavy rain and flooding will have access to £5.25m to support their recovery.
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Princely opinions: Charles has his say about the running of Britain

Expressing alarm on a range of topics, from the hunting ban to sloppy English, the heir to the throne has sought the ear of parliament before, say insidersDominic Grieve, the attorney general, has blocked the publication of a raft of correspondence between Prince Charles and ministers in seven government departments.It means that at the moment, […]
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Provision of a Review of the Leader Approach for delivering the Rural Development Programme for England

Provision of a Review of the Leader Approach for delivering the Rural Development Programme for England Contract value:£40,000 – £80,000. Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.
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Government officials accused of ‘schmooze-athon’ with Shell

Energy giant hosted officials from 10 departments at two-day ‘training course’, according to freedom of information papersSenior Whitehall officials from 10 government departments and agencies attended exclusive “training courses” laid on by Shell over two days at its London headquarters, according to documents released by the Department of Energy and Climate Change (Decc) following a […]
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Major ICT issues resolved, says animal health agency

Animal Health and Veterinary Laboratories Agency admits ‘overly optimistic timeframe’ for ICT at start of reform programmeThe Animal Health and Veterinary Laboratories Agency has said that it has resolved all the major ICT issues it experienced last year as part of its business reform programme.The agency’s comments were a response to a National Audit Office […]
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Structural Reform Plan progress reports published – May 2012

The publication of these monthly Structural Reform Plan (SRP) reports promotes transparency and accountability across Government and allows people to check that departments are meeting their commitments. These reports are the last updates against the 2011-15 Business Plans as published in May 2011. These plans have now been superseded by the 2012 Business Plans. Download the […]
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Structural Reform Plan progress reports published – April 2012

The publication of these monthly Structural Reform Plan reports promotes transparency and accountability across Government and allows people to check that departments are meeting their commitments. Download the updated reports for each department (all links will open in a new window): Cabinet Office SRP progress report  (pdf, 92kb) Department for Business, Innovation and Skills SRP progress […]
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Britain is rising to the challenge of greening our economy | Caroline Spelman

At Rio+20, I’ll be calling for a commitment from international leaders to green growth as the path to shared prosperityIt’s clear that with unprecedented pressure on our natural resources and our climate, the world economy needs to “green up”. I want UK businesses to be in the vanguard of that move. On Wednesday, I’ll take […]
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