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HM Treasury gives advice to UK citizens and businesses   - 16 Hours ago
HM Treasury on Wednesday reported that banking controls have been introduced in Greece alongside bank holidays, which are expected to see banks in Greece closed until at least 6 July inclusive. A referendum
  
    



New 'veto' announced for English MPs   - 16 Hours ago
The government will give MPs from English constituencies a new "veto" over laws affecting England only. Commons Leader Chris Grayling said the change, also applying in some cases to Welsh MPs, would
  
    




Greenpeace, German utilities launch suit against UK nuclear plant   - 17 Hours ago
* Public aid for Britain's Hinkley Point C under attack * Green energy vendors say it would distort competition BERLIN, July 2 (Reuters) - Greenpeace and nine German and Austrian utilities selling
  
    



Welsh Government announces Wales Tunisian Support Line   - 17 Hours ago
The Wales Tunisian Support Line, which is available from today (Thurs 2nd July), will provide a confidential listening and emotional support service for Welsh citizens returning from Tunisia or for people
  
    



Got a burning question for the Welsh Government? Why not come along to a Carwyn   - 17 Hours ago
Over the next nine months the First Minister of Wales Carwyn Jones will travel across the country taking questions from the people of Wales on a number of topics as part of the Carwyn Connect events.
  
    



Alun Cairns announces Cardiff tech hub extension to boost digital start-ups in Wales   - 17 Hours ago
Wales Office Minister Alun Cairns is in south Wales today (2 July) visiting thriving technology companies helping to power the digital economy in Wales. Alun Cairns will visit some of Cardiff's leading
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First Minister of Wales, Carwyn Jones responds to Airports Commission report   - 17 Hours ago
First Minister of Wales, Carwyn Jones has today responded to the Airports Commission report on a proposed third runway at Heathrow Airport. "From a Wales perspective we have a strong preference for the
  
    



Press release: Statement from Foreign Secretary following latest Tunisia COBR meeting   - 18 Hours ago
Speaking on Wednesday evening after chairing the latest meeting of the Government's COBR emergency committee following the Tunisia terrorist attack, Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond said: I can confirm
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US makes Fifa extradition request   - 19 Hours ago
US asks Switzerland to extradite seven Fifa officials arrested on corruption charges in May This breaking news story is being updated and more details will be published shortly. Please refresh the
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Banking inquiry to question ex-PM   - 20 Hours ago
Irish Banking Inquiry: Former PM Brian Cowen to give evidence By John Campbell BBC News NI Economics & Business Editor 2 July 2015 From the section Europe Former Irish prime minister Brian
  
    



Minister to detail English laws plan   - 23 Hours ago
The government is expected to set out its proposals to give MPs from English constituencies more say over laws exclusively affecting only England. Leader of the House Chris Grayling is set to elaborate
  
    



Cameron is not asking the big question on IS   - 7/2/2015
The continued rise of violent, anti-Western, Islamic fundamentalism is one of the defining challenges of our time. There is no lack of emotive words and stirring phrases from politicians around the
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UK government admits spying on Amnesty International   - 15 Hours ago
1 hour ago The UK government has admitted GCHQ had been spying on human rights group Amnesty International. The UK government’s Investigatory Powers Tribunal has confirmed that human rights organisation
  
    



MPs from the south react   - 16 Hours ago
Phillip Lee (Bracknell), Adam Afriyie (Windsor), Boris Johnson (Mayor of London), Harriet Harman (acing Labour leader), Caroline Lucas (Brighton Pavilion), Nick Herbert (Arundel and South Downs), Henry
  
    



MPs from the south east react   - 16 Hours ago
Henry Smith (Crawley), Jeremy Quin (Horsham), Tom Tugendhat (Tonbridge and Malling), Caroline Ansell (Eastbourne), Nus Ghani (Wealden), Adam Afriyie (Windsor), Kelly Tolhurst (Rochester and Strood)
  
    



No 'Breakthrough' Yet In Iran Nuclear Talks, British FM Says   - 16 Hours ago
British Foreign Minister Phillip Hammond says there was no "breakthrough" yet in the Iran nuclear talks but insisted work was continuing to reach a deal. "I don't think we're at any kind of breakthrough
  
    



UK government sells €500m stake in Lloyds   - 17 Hours ago
The UK taxpayers' stake in Lloyds Banking Group has fallen to below 16% after the government sold off another tranche of shares.  It means the UK government has now recouped around £12 billion of the
  
    



UK’s Hatfield Colliery set to close   - 16 Hours ago
Hatfield Colliery near Doncaster in South Yorkshire, UK, will be shutdown by the end of the week, resulting 430 job losses. UK's Prospect union said that the employee-owned coal mine will stop producing
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UK government admits spying on Amnesty International emails   - 17 Hours ago
The UK government spied on the communications of Amnesty International and retained and stored this data for longer than legally allowed, it has been revealed. The Investigatory Powers Tribunal admitted
  
    



Abdullah bin Zayed meets with Scotland's former First Minister   - 19 Hours ago
(MENAFN - The Journal Of Turkish Weekly) H.H. Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Foreign Minister, today met with Scotland's former First Minister, Alex Salmond. During the meeting, they reviewed the
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MPs will be urged to step up action against IS today after the deadly attack on   - 21 Hours ago
MPs are being urged to consider supporting British airstrikes against Islamic State targets in Syria. The Defence Secretary Michael Fallon is expected to tell the Commons that it's 'illogical' to attack
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BBC rejects UK MPs' push to call IS Daesh   - 22 Hours ago
THE BBC says it will continue to use the term Islamic State (IS) to describe the jihadist group in order to maintain the broadcaster's impartiality. CONSERVATIVE MP Rehman Chishti and more than 120 other
  
    



SFI opposes English medium in government schools   - 23 Hours ago
Comment · print · T T T+· T- The Students Federation of India State committee meeting held here on Sunday has decided to hold ‘black flag’ agitations at all district headquarters in the State
  
    



Consider Syria IS strikes, MPs urged   - 7/1/2015
MPs should consider allowing Britain to bomb Islamic State targets in Syria, the defence secretary is to say. The RAF has been carrying out such strikes in Iraq since last September but Michael Fallon
  
    



Eclipse expands to the Caribbean - Government of the British...   - 7/1/2015
The Government of the British Virgin Islands is implementing the Proclaim Case Management Software Solution from Eclipse Legal Systems, the Law Society's sole endorsed provider. (PRWEB UK) 1 July 2015
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