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State Opening of Parliament

The State Opening of Parliament marks the beginning of the parliamentary session. Its main purpose is for the monarch formally to open Parliament and, in the Queen's Speech, deliver an outline of the Government's proposed policies, legislation for the [...] Read more ...

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27 May 2015

Vine

Vine is the best way to see and share life in motion. Create short, beautiful, looping videos in a simple and fun way for your friends and family to see. Read more ...

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27 May 2015

Nicky Morgan to answer teachers' questions in live TES webchat

The future for education policy in England could well be outlined in the Queen's Speech on 27 May. And the day after that, education secretary Nicky Morgan is taking part in a live TES webchat, where she will answer questions asked by the people who know the most about her brief: those working in schools. Teachers, senior leaders, governors; anyone [...] Read more ...

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27 May 2015

Measure what matters

Spring is upon us, and the seeds of an exciting new approach to metrics have been sown. The ‘Measure what Matters’ conference introduced delegates to award-winning agency Pegasus, whose mantra is ‘inspiring healthy decisions’, and it was underpinned by Cabinet. Read more ...

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27 May 2015

Armed Forces Day is coming

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WOlpGFj2_DwIt’s one month to go until Armed Forces Day and plans are well advanced for a spectacular array of events up and down the country.The centrepiece o [...] Read more ...

via Blog
27 May 2015

Queen’s Speech 2015: what it means for you

These agencies will work across local authority boundaries to match children without delay The main elements of the Bill are: This Armed Forces Bill would renew the Armed Forces Act 2006, as did the Armed Forces Act 2011. We will now extend the ‘deport first, appeal later’ principle to all cases, except where it will cause serious harm tagging: [...] Read more ...

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27 May 2015

Committee Review to Focus on Better Regulation for Farmers

The Committee will examine the current regulatory framework within the agricultural industry and seek ways to reduce the administrative and regulatory burden on farmers. The Committee for Agriculture and Rural Development has today launched an Inquiry into ‘Better Regulation’. We would strongly urge local farmers to take part in the online surv [...] Read more ...

via Niassembly
27 May 2015

Committee to Raise Network Issues With O2

Representatives from O2, Vodafone, 3 and EE as well as industry watchdog Ofcom are expected to brief the Committee over the coming weeks. The Committee for Enterprise, Trade and Investment has agreed that it will write to leading mobile phone provider O2 to seek reassurance that network problems affecting thousands of customers over the bank holida [...] Read more ...

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27 May 2015

Engagement starts with listening

Nowadays it seems like everybody has something to say on the internet.This isn’t meant as a negative statement. It’s great that the internet has enabled a level playing field for people re [...] Read more ...

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27 May 2015