The Agency has released thousands of fish to give stocks a boost and encourage people to go fishing. Regular updates on seasonal flu levels during the winter season 2018 to 2019. Stakeholder teams from across the Ministry of Defence gather in Portsmouth to discuss the future programme for DASA’s Get the Ship in Shape competition. £3 million to be spent in 16 boroughs, towns and cities across England to encourage more people to get involved in local issues. Gavin Williamson gave a speech at the 2019 Munich Security Conference outlining the UK’s commitment to NATO and European security.
In this free seminar David will showcase the innovative US programs which he has researched and observed first hand. A man who failed to provide documents in an Environment Agency investigation has been fined. The UK and USA sign an agreement to continue existing arrangements which help facilitate goods trade between the two nations. Liz Truss attends Finance Ministers Quadrilateral meeting in Cardiff and visits local engineering firm. A review of the UK House Price Index statistics for 2018 for England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
The Government Chemist has collaborated with the Institute of Food Science & Technology to produce an Information Statement on dietary fibre. Minister Rory Stewart has hailed the “significant progress” made at some of the country’s toughest jails, six months on from the launch of his ‘10 prisons project’. How to register as a creditor if you are owed money. Leeds-based Soil Engineering Ltd has reported a 35% growth in business in just 4 years thanks to the role it is playing in delivering Britain’s new railway, High Speed Two. Plans for public-sector land to be developed, which aim to bring forward 10,000 new homes, 14,000 new jobs and save taxpayers £37million in running costs.
Communities across the country are set to benefit from a £6 million funding boost to help them build more of the homes that their area needs. A Teesside man has been subjected to a confiscation order after a 2018 conviction for wholesale distribution and supply, and possession of medicinal products and money laundering. Scheme will provide vital extra capacity on Plymouth’s road network and help cut journey times. Staff from the Environment Agency and Trent Rivers Trust have been showing their love of nature this Valentine’s Day, helping plant over 1,700 trees on farmland. The Secretary of State for Justice, Rt Hon.