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News story: GC at international conference on food fraud and allergen management

Michael Walker represented the Government Chemist at the second MoniQA conference on food fraud and allergen management, in Vienna on 7 and 8 June 2018.

Michael attended a MoniQA allergen task group meeting, gave a talk entitled ‘Honey authenticity: when official controls are questioned’, and took part in...Read More »

News story: ESFA apprenticeship service - UK leader of digital transformation, after winning Digital Leader 2018 award

The awards were attended by digital leaders, influencers and innovators from across the UK, to celebrate pioneering digital achievements last year.

To win the award we competed with other public sector organisations across the UK including the NHS, DWP, DVLA and Glasgow City Council, to show how the service’s innovative delivery...Read More »

News story: Green Finance Institute and Financial Services Skills Taskforce unveiled

A new Green Finance Institute and an industry-led Financial Services Skills Taskforce were announced by the Chancellor last night (21 June 2018) as part of his vision for the future of the UK’s world-leading financial services sector.

In his annual Mansion House speech, the Chancellor set out how the UK...Read More »

News story: Impersonation of MHRA staff

We would not contact you to give medical advice nor do we sell or recommend medications for patients.

People should not stop taking any medication without speaking to their healthcare professional.

If you do not recognise the name of the caller, please do not hesitate to take their number and contact our...Read More »

News story: Prime Minister Appoints 2 Trustees to the National Gallery

Tonya Nelson

Tonya Nelson is Director of Museums and Cultural Programmes at University College London. A former barrister, she has been Chair of Trustees for the Bomb Factory Arts Foundation since 2016. She is currently interim Chair of the UK Committee of the International Council of Museums (ICOM) and was...Read More »

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