Businesses back Government Industrial Strategy challenge to cut plastics pollution with an expected £149m investment from the private sector Funding could be used to find ways to cut waste in the supply-chain and create new sustainable recyclable materials Announcement is part of biggest boost to
UK school children scooped some of the top awards at the finals of a major international STEM competition in London earlier this month, where they showcased their ideas on how they would use drones to conserve endangered species. Children from Kent College in Canterbury were
New UK aid support for the Safe Abortion Action Fund (SAAF) will give some of the world’s poorest and most vulnerable women and girls access to safe abortion. It will also give urgent care and counselling for women dealing with the often devastating consequences of
The UK’s capabilities were boosted today with 10 projects receiving a share of £2m to develop technologies that could transform weather forecasting and the study of climate change. The flagship SERMON project led by RAL Space and supported by the UK Space Agency will use
Grace J Teal is a well known successful international Model and TV star after being featured in some of the worlds most renowned magazines. She’s also hit headlines in the last few years with her turbulent personal life after being linked to some of the
Home Secretary Sajid Javid will this week announce a new legal duty on public bodies to prevent and tackle serious violence. The new ‘public health duty’ will cover the police, local councils, local health bodies such as NHS Trusts, education representatives and youth offending services.
all new electric vehicle rapid and higher powered chargepoints should provide ‘pay as you go’ debit or credit card payment option government prepared to intervene to ensure a good deal for consumers by using powers in the Automated and Electric Vehicles Act announcement follows the
Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt announced that the UK will commit £18 million to improve media freedom across the world. The new Global Media Defence Fund – to be administered by UNESCO – will support, train and provide legal support for journalists in the most dangerous
Bolton Council has announced its Summer Fun programme for 2019, offering a wide range of free activities for 4 to 17-year-olds throughout July and August. Held at youth clubs and parks across the borough, young people will enjoy crafts, sport, games, cookery and much more.
new legislation will exempt zero-emission capable taxis from higher vehicle excise duty, encouraging more drivers to purchase them increased use of environmentally friendly taxis will help improve air quality in busy city centres industry welcomes the move as government’s Road to Zero strategy celebrates first