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News Staff September 13, 2019

green light for new 1,440-capacity prison in East Yorkshire new prison will create jobs and boost local economy Plans for a new modern jail at Full Sutton have been approved today (12 September 2019) – paving the way for the first of the 10,000 additional prison places. The prison is the first major step in […]

News Staff September 6, 2019

Boss of Wolverhampton cash and carry banned for eight years after consistently failing to provide evidence that excise duty owed on alcohol had been paid. Rajinder Singh Bains (46), of Wolverhampton, was appointed sole director of Midland Wines (UK) Ltd in June 2013. The company was a wholesaler of wine, food and tobacco, supplying retailers […]

News Staff August 23, 2019

Thursley National Nature Reserve in Surrey recognised as an excellent site for dragonflies and damselflies. Thursley National Nature Reserve’s unique wetland habitat has today been officially recognised as a ‘Dragonfly Hotspot’ by the British Dragonfly Society (BDS). Dragonfly Hotspots are sites carefully chosen by the BDS as ideal places for dragonfly and damselfly species to […]

News Staff August 22, 2019

At the Regulatory Excellence Awards in June 2019, the judges awarded the special award of Local Authority of the Year to Cornwall Council. The Business Regulatory Support Team was launched following research showing that Cornish businesses had a lack of trust in regulators. The team consists of a four-person Hub Team, two Business Development Managers […]

News Staff August 22, 2019

Organisations working with the government on Brexit will no longer be routinely required to sign non-disclosure agreements (NDAs). The use of NDAs – legally binding contracts to maintain confidentiality – has been routine for trade groups and businesses working with the government over the past three years. But Ministers believe that they hinder constructive debate […]