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The government has announced extra funding to help a number of hospitals in England with emergency care over the winter months
UK ministers are aiming to negotiate an ambitious deal which will afford British science funding programmes special status after Brexit
The EU has said that a 'standalone' deal may have to be negotiated for Northern Ireland to allow a 'frictionless' border crossing to the Republic of Ireland The border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland (ROI) has been a contentious issue throughout Brexit negotiations, the third round of...
Under a new law, UK companies will be required to release pay ratio difference between CEOs and the average employee in a bid to increase transparency
Holly Ellis from the Government Digital Service outlines how they are helping young people develop the key skills needed for a future digital workforce
The UK is proposing an alternative ‘untested’ approach to trade customs which would mean no extra checks at UK/EU borders
After a number of high profile breaches cyber security has become a key focus for the public sector, says Meg Hillier MP, Chair, Public Accounts Committee
New data protection guidelines being set out by the government will allow British citizens to delete personal data.
The Environment Secretary has given his first keynote speech where he has expressed his commitment to delivering a "green Brexit" In a speech at the WWF earlier today, Michael Gove outlined plans for a "green Brexit", which are all part of a “renewed strategy on waste and resources that look...
Local economies have seen a mixed outcome following the devolution of powers to English regions
Following the snap General Election two weeks ago, the Prime Minister has revealed a deal has been struck between the Conservatives and DUP
Sungard Availability Services provides technical know-how and support to meet the transformation agenda and help organisations achieve their cloud ambitions
David Downing of SAS UK and Ireland looks at whether the government’s digitalisation strategy could go further to become more responsive and agile
Some £48.6bn worth of pledges have been put forward as part of the Labour manifesto and will fund a range of services
Agile Business Consortium’s Geof Ellingham outlines the benefits of Agile methods in digital service development and how it can help public services
Health leaders have called for politicians to consider the impact of the NHS pay cap during the next parliament
The Conservative’s Right to Buy policy has been blamed for the shortage of affordable housing, as councils spend millions replacing property
Extra police officers will be put on the streets of England and Wales if Labour wins the upcoming snap General Election
As the battle for Number 10 gets underway Labour sets out its priorities for the upcoming snap General Election
The 2017 snap General Election sees ongoing debate as the Tories push to include an energy cap in their manifesto