The fund gives charities, local authorities and other organisations the chance to bid for money for projects designed to intervene early to help children who have been directly or indirectly affected by domestic abuse.
Domestic abuse ruins the lives of its victims with more than 2 million people subjected to this...Read More »
Press release: Welsh Government working with DECA on plans for second Welsh Advanced Manufacturing and Research Institute
The Economy Secretary confirmed that following a meeting of the Deeside Enterprise Zone on 13 July, the Welsh Government has declared its intention to work with the Enterprise Zone Board and the Ministry of Defence led by the Defence Electronics and Components Agency (DECA), to develop a proposal that would...Read More »
If you’ve been dismissed
If you’ve been dismissed, you might be entitled to redundancy pay, holiday pay and statutory notice pay from the Insolvency Service.
The amount the Insolvency Service can pay you will be subject to certain legal limits. Information about the legal limits is available on GOV.UK.
Other money...Read More »
UK and French Transport Ministers Jo Johnson and Elisabeth Borne met in Paris today (20 July 2018) for a productive and cordial exchange of ideas and perspectives, following the implementation of the UK-France Sandhurst Summit declaration last January.
The ministers shared their experiences on a wide range of transport issues, building...Read More »
A new UK aid package will help governments in developing countries stamp out corruption and improve accountability, Minister of State for International Development Harriett Baldwin announced yesterday (Thursday 19 July).
It is estimated that up to £2 trillion is lost globally to corruption every year, which reduces the amount that governments...Read More »