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News Staff October 17, 2019

The Charity Commission has today published the results of its pre-inquiry and class inquiry work into charities that failed to file financial information with the regulator for 2 or more years in the last 5 years. The ‘double defaulter’ inquiry has resulted in a total of £51,615,231 of charitable income being accounted for, and 97 […]

News Staff October 8, 2019

Voting has now opened to crown the National Apprenticeship Awards Rising Star of the Year 2019, with nine outstanding apprentices from across England vying for votes to win the coveted title. Showcasing apprentices who have made impressive progress in their career to date, the Lloyds Banking Group Award for Rising Star of the Year recognises […]

News Staff October 1, 2019

more than £100 million government investment to fund roads across the UK first wave of investment will provide upgrades to improve safety and reduce traffic congestion investment will boost schemes up and down the country, future-proofing the road network Road users could soon benefit from faster commutes and improved journeys thanks to 18 new road […]

News Staff September 30, 2019

New research has estimated the value of Companies House data to users at up to £3 billion per year. The findings have been published in a report commissioned by Companies House and BEIS, and sets out how the data benefits businesses, consumers and wider society. Companies House incorporates and dissolves limited companies. We also register company […]

News Staff September 23, 2019

Netstar IT Support, recently named as one of the UK’s Top 10 IT Security Providers for 2019 won the category of Best Enterprise MSP Project last night at the Managed Services and Hosting Awards 2019. The criteria for the best project was based on demonstrating significant benefits to the client’s organisation. The winning project covered […]

News Staff September 20, 2019

Pupils at Annesley Primary in Annesley Woodhouse, Nottinghamshire, are among the first to take part in HS2 Ltd’s brand new education programme, which encourages pupils to present their ideas on what Britain’s future rail network might look like. Specifically designed for pupils aged 7-11, the workshop-based learning programme focuses on STEAM subjects (science, technology, engineering, […]

News Staff September 18, 2019

The Environment Agency has begun work to improve existing habitat and to create new areas to increase the amount of good habitat available for ground nesting breeding birds and feeding waders at RSPB Sandwell Valley. The work is part of the Perry Barr and Witton flood scheme. The work has been designed in partnership with […]

News Staff September 17, 2019

SBRI-supported Bug Farm Foods has developed VEXo, a protein that can be used like minced meat, at its new R&D facility in St David’s. Supporting the launch at Ysgol Penrhyn Dewi, Minister for Environment, Energy and Rural Affairs, Lesley Griffiths said: In today’s climate it has never been a more important time to innovate in […]

News Staff September 16, 2019

New Brexit Business Readiness Events Roadshow gets underway as part of the ‘Get Ready for Brexit’ campaign Advisors from all relevant government departments will be at each event to provide practical advice and support to local businesses Over 30 events spanning the UK will run for five weeks Government advisors from the Department for Business, […]

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 […]