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Digital trade key to unlocking opportunities of future
Reuniting after COVID – international organizations meet at IMO
New UKTPO analysis identifies £44 billion in lost trade in first seven months of EU-UK trade deal
Covid pandemic is widening economic inequalities
Changes affecting small number of trade mark tribunal proceedings
New book offers in-depth look at how 2019 general election turned into triumph for Tories and tragedy for Labour
Liverpool View: Food and climate change
Is our society as divided as it seems?
Treaties Committee reviews proposed EU tariff rate quotas
Survey opens for growers and workers who produce fruit and vegetables
New Zealand secures historic free trade deal with United Kingdom
Australian wine exports reflect challenging year
Prime Minister’s tribute to Sir David Amess MP 18 October 2021
Choosing ‘good migrants’ for ‘Global Britain’
Cabinet Secretary Lecture Wednesday 13 October 2021
Wine Australia welcomes new CEO
Degrading Treatment of Migrants Around Calais in France
National Physical Laboratory announces appointment of new Chair of NPL Management Ltd Board
Christa Tobler presents at Austrian European Law Congress on alternatives to EU integration
Researcher develops new abortion support resource
Leiden University presents Scaliger medal to Europaeum academic community
Existing cancer drugs to be trialled as new treatment for incurable breast cancer
Inaya Folarin Iman and Simon Sebag Montefiore appointed as Trustees of National Portrait Gallery
Lord Chancellor Swearing-in Ceremony Lord Chancellor’s speech
Insight – Simplifying wine exports to UK
Three in four British adults want cancer screening: new attitudes survey
Former coalmining communities have less faith in politics than other ‘left behind’ areas
Former coalmining communities are more politically disenchanted than other ‘left behind’ areas – study
Citizens’ assembly launched on attitudes to democracy
Lord Frost statement to House of Lords 16 September 2021
UK Government launches plans to capitalise on new Brexit freedoms
‘Levelling up’ met with widespread scepticism across England, survey study suggests
‘Leveling up’ met with widespread skepticism across England
£24 million for cutting-edge science and fisheries
Lord Frost speech at British-Irish Association 4 September 2021
Grist imprint to showcase best of new and established writers
Oxford retains top spot in world rankings for sixth consecutive year
Genetic data privacy, GDPR, and research needs
Men, Conservative Party supporters and Brexit-backers more likely to support use of nuclear weapons, study shows
Queen Mary’s Digital Environment Research Institute hosts first Fintech event
Men, Conservative Party supporters and Brexit-backers more likely to support use of nuclear weapons
Inside Australia-UK trade deal: who benefits most?
Assessing UK – EU trade deal
Major research initiative to support marine economy deal with future shocks
Multi-million project will shape future of sustainable aviation
New report reveals harsh reality of life for UK’s migrant communities
UK to seize Brexit opportunities and unleash innovation by overhauling approach to red tape
UK exports strong in wake of China tariffs