July, 2020


Major new campaign to prepare UK for end of the transition period


The government has launched a new campaign to help businesses and individuals prepare for the end of the transition period. New campaign to help businesses and individuals prepare for the end of the transition period. The campaign will ensure we... (Continue reading)

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Green recovery at the heart of this year’s Bees’ Needs Week

Bees’ Needs Week is back for the fifth year running from 13 – 19 July The Defra-coordinated annual Bees’ Needs Week got underway today (Monday 13 July) with an online launch to highlight what everyone can be doing at home... (Continue reading)

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Outside the EU, a bright future awaits Britain

The government is investing in new infrastructure to prepare the UK for the end of the transition period with the EU – Michael Gove writes for the Telegraph. Leaving the European Union is, I’ve often argued, a bit like moving... (Continue reading)

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£40 million to kick start next-gen nuclear technology

This funding will unlock thousands of green jobs by developing the next generation of nuclear energy technology. Government invests £40 million to develop the next generation of nuclear energy technology, creating R&D and manufacturing jobs across the UK funding will... (Continue reading)

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HMRC invites hospitality industry to register for Eat Out to Help Out

Registrations for the Eat Out to Help Out Scheme start today (13 July 2020). Restaurants and other establishments serving food for on-premises consumption can now sign up to a new government initiative aimed at protecting jobs in the hospitality industry... (Continue reading)

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Mayor’s emergency support fund awards £1.6m to London studios

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has announced that £1.6m of emergency funding has been awarded to artist studios across the capital who are struggling from the impact of COVID-19. The fund for creative workspaces, which includes an investment from... (Continue reading)

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Moving to Phase 3 of lockdown route map

Scotland will officially move to Phase 3 of the route map out of lockdown, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced today (Thursday 9 July). From today(Friday 10 July), up to three households will be able to meet indoors for the... (Continue reading)

Help for homebuyers and employment support

New initiatives to support homebuyers and help people into work or to re-train have been announced by Finance Secretary Kate Forbes. The measures are part of the Scottish Government’s wider efforts to help the economy recover from the impact of... (Continue reading)

Education Minister announces ‘back to school’ plans for September

Decision backed with £29 million to recruit, recover and raise standards. The Education Minister, Kirsty Williams, has confirmed that all pupils will be able to return to school in September. The Welsh Technical Advisory Group, which provides scientific and technical... (Continue reading)

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Thousands of business advisers to offer free services to small firms

Thousands of expert professional and business services advisers have signed up to offer free online advice to help small businesses bounce back from coronavirus (COVID-19). The Recovery Advice for Business scheme, supported by the government and hosted on the Enterprise Nation... (Continue reading)

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