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The Start-Up Loan scheme has exceeded expectations as 2,000 aspirational young entrepreneurs have now received support to help get their business venture off the ground, in a boost to growth and the UK’s efforts to get ahead in the global race.
Following a successful first year, coastal communities across the United Kingdom are getting another chance to receive a multi-million pound boost from the Coastal Communities Fund (CCF).
A Royal Navy Lynx helicopter and crew have returned from deployment with a French frigate on counter-piracy operations in the Indian Ocean.
Northern Ireland people are being asked to consider how a £50,000 Lottery windfall could help improve the lives of people in their communities with the launch of this year’s The People’s Millions TV funding competition.
The House of Lords Committee on Public Service and Demographic Change today warned that the Government is woefully underprepared for ageing.
[04 Jan 2013]: In a survey of delegates at the Annual Youth Justice Convention, almost 59% said their current IT system does not enable them to identify which services are having the biggest impact on improving outcomes for the young people they work with.
Captain Heather Stanning has been awarded an MBE by Her Majesty The Queen in the New Year Honours for her achievements at the 2012 Olympics.
Commenting on the Rail 2020 report published today (Friday) by the Transport Select Committee, TUC General Secretary and Chair of the Action for Rail campaign Frances O'Grady said:
More and more small food businesses are making their products healthier through an innovative food reformulation programme.
Property is usually acquired for domestic use or business use, or simply to build an investment portfolio that generates handsome returns. Irrespective of why and what type of property is procured, the purchase itself is prone to risks
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Haulage firms and truck drivers involved in organised crime across the North West are being targeted by law enforcement agencies during a 12-month crackdown supported by Crimestoppers.
Minister for Africa, Mark Simmonds, arrived in Kigali yesterday for meetings following the joint communiqué agreed by Presidents Museveni, Kagame and Kabila recently in Uganda.
Ofsted’s first adoption statistics are published yesterday. The data provides a comprehensive picture of adoption in England.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has today published its most comprehensive ‘State of Care’ report.
Paratroopers were pitted against Commandos as the British Army's airborne infantry and the Royal Navy's soldiers-at-sea stepped into the boxing ring.
Regulator moves to remind businesses of data responsibilities as more look to cloud computing to process personal information
Intervention by the UK Foreign Secretary, William Hague at the Secretary-General Mini Summit on Somalia.
Students applying to university will have more information at their fingertips than ever before to help them make choices about courses and where to study.
Stars from television, music and film will come together this autumn for “Stand Up To Cancer” - a unique new fundraising campaign on Channel 4.
His Royal Highness Prince Charles has launched the 2012 Sun Military Awards as the newspaper again seeks to salute the bravery of the Armed Forces.
Young people from all backgrounds to get more opportunities to access dance, music and museums.
Ofsted yesterday announced details of the Expert Panel that will look into Access and Achievement issues to inform a major report to be published next year. The review, announced last month, will focus on the issues facing deprived communities and will aim to provide radical new solutions to what are long standing and deep seated problems.
Payday loans are almost an accepted way of borrowing money in the UK as they have become a very popular source of short term loans. However this could change off the back of the news today that GE Money Home Lending who are mortgage lenders, are refusing some people mortgages if they have a history with payday loans.
The Intellectual Property Office (IPO) today set out proposals to expand its Patent Opinions Service and is seeking views from business on how to improve its Mediation Service.
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