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New prisons go green

New prisons will be equally effective at cutting carbon emissions and crime, the Lord Chancellor Robert Buckland announced today (Friday... (Continue reading)

Mayor defies pandemic to start 13,000 new genuinely-affordable homes

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has praised the hard work of councils and housing associations as new figures show... (Continue reading)

UK pledges £22 million to support cyber capacity building in vulnerable countries

The Foreign Secretary, Dominic Raab, has announced £22 million of new investment to build cyber security resilience in developing countries... (Continue reading)

New laws to ensure the UK has the skills it needs

New laws to allow skilled professionals from around the world to have their qualifications recognised in the UK have been... (Continue reading)

PM unveils new aid for girls education to prevent pandemic ‘lost generation’

The Prime Minister will take part in live classroom link-up with schoolchildren in Kenya today (13 May 2021) to urge... (Continue reading)

Scottish Child Payment helps nearly 79,000 young people

An estimated 78,775 children have already benefitted from Scottish Child Payment since its launch. The benefit, which is unique to... (Continue reading)

Look out! DASA competition seeks to enhance Royal Navy early warning capabilities

Getting the full picture: £1.25 million for innovations that improve situational awareness for Royal Navy Carrier and Littoral Strike Groups.... (Continue reading)

Landmark laws to keep children safe, stop racial hate and protect democracy online published

New internet laws will be published today in the draft Online Safety Bill to protect children online and tackle some... (Continue reading)

Further support for Welsh businesses

Businesses in Wales still affected by coronavirus restrictions will be able to claim up to £25,000 more in support to... (Continue reading)

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