Scottish Government ‘to put tampons and sanitary towels in male toilets in case they are needed by transgender civil servants’ Female hygiene items would be…View More Scottish Government 'to put tampons in male toilets'
Small nuclear reactors will get a £210 million government investment boost in the hope of moving to clean household energy “more quickly”. Business Secretary Kwasi…View More COP26: Government gives £210m backing for mini nuclear reactors to hit net zero ‘more quickly’
The government is keeping a “close eye” on a mutation of the Delta coronavirus variant thought to be up to 10% more transmissible amid a…View More COVID-19: Government keeping ‘very close eye’ on new mutation of Delta variant
Students go back to school in England and Wales this week amid concerns over a lack of preparedness for COVID-19. Representatives of headteachers and other…View More COVID-19: Government accused of ‘hit and hope’ strategy as pupils return this week with fewer restrictions
The government is believed to be considering bringing forward a review of its Shortage of Occupation list to tackle the shortage of HGV drivers. A…View More Government believed to be looking at measures to tackle shortage of HGV drivers amid supply chain issues
Ryanair has blamed a lack of support from the UK government and Belfast’s two airports as it confirmed it was pulling out of Northern Ireland.…View More Ryanair blames UK government and Belfast airports as it pulls out of Northern Ireland
Afghanistan’s government collapsed on Sunday with President Ashraf Ghani’s flight from the country and the Taliban’s entry into the capital, effectively sealing the insurgents’ control…View More The Afghan government collapses as the president flees the country and the Taliban enter Kabul.
A private member’s bill replacing the verdict of “not guilty by reason of insanity” with “proven but insane” has been stalled after an 11th-hour intervention…View More Government puts brakes on ‘insanity’ bill after Chief Justice intervenes
Government impose export ban to stop £1.2million photo albums by famous English ornithologist John Gould from being sold to overseas buyers The 129 images are…View More Government impose export ban on £1.2million John Gould albums
The future of Northern Ireland’s devolved government hangs in the balance with Sinn Fein refusing to ratify the Democratic Unionist Party’s nominee for first minister.…View More Northern Ireland’s government hangs in balance with week to find solution
Jersey’s government has said it held a “constructive meeting” with protesting French fishermen in a bid to resolve a dispute over post-Brexit fishing rights. The…View More Jersey government has ‘constructive meeting’ with French fishermen as Royal Navy ships prepare to leave
Limits on international leisure travel should continue even after 17 May, a cross-party group of MPs has warned. The All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on coronavirus…View More COVID-19: Government told to ‘discourage’ foreign holidays this year to protect UK from coronavirus variants
The Government is getting light rail back on track by involving Aucklanders in a six-month process to come up with a city-shaping project. Transport Minister…View More Government puts Auckland light rail back on track
A new exchange scheme enabling students to study or work anywhere in the world, replacing one withdrawn now the UK has left the European Union,…View More Government launches post-Brexit scheme allowing students to study and work anywhere in the world