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“The world’s worst humanitarian crisis can’t afford to deteriorate any longer”- Calling
Budget Speech 2020
Four new Trustees of Victoria and Albert Museum appointed
Ten artworks exploring CERN science travel around world
FAO welcomes European Union contribution of €11 million to fight Desert Locust outbreak
Medical benefits of nature
Minister Sajjan builds multilateral relationships in Brussels and Munich
French Ambassador Philippe Étienne to visit Vanderbilt Feb. 21
UK statement attack on Elena Milashina and Marina Dubrovina
UK further commits to NATO and European Security through JEF Readiness Declaration and deployment
UB researchers claim that human language most likely evolved gradually
Minister Sajjan to travel to Europe for bilateral and multilateral engagements
RBNZ Monetary Policy Handbook internationally recognised for transparency
Testing seawater of future? A study at Whakaari/White Island
UK Rep becomes UK Mission as UK leaves EU
Transport Secretary hails new horizons for rail travel across Europe
PM speech in Greenwich 3 February 2020
Belgium: keep up reforms to increase employment and productivity growth
Change of Her Majesty’s Ambassador to Jordan, April 2020
FCO Change of British High Commissioner to Tonga
Using Virtual Reality to Help Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Preventing metastasis by stopping cancer cells from
Canada reaffirms its commitment to fighting antisemitism and remembering victims of Holocaust
How do you tell story of eighteenth century princesses?
Fossum at European Parliament Former Members Association annual seminar
Voluntary Limit-Setting Can Keep Intense Online Gamblers In Check
Defence Minister Sajjan concludes visit to Brussels for meetings with NATO officials
Defence Minister Sajjan Travels to Europe to meet with NATO officials
Iran Foreign Secretary’s Commons statement, 13 January 2020
Foreign Secretary statement on Iran – 13 January 2020
‘It will be much easier without British’
Welcoming progress made by UNAMA in Afghanistan
FAO hails Europe’s forest restoration ambitions
Jamaica to host 15th session of Intangible Cultural Heritage Committee
FIFA welcomes Brussels Court of Appeal ruling on FIFA’s TPO and TPI rules
How humans learnt to dance; from Chimpanzee Conga
Intergovernmental Committee inscribes ten cultural practices on UNESCO’s Lists of Intangible Heritage
New Tool to Assess Digital Addiction in Children
Christa Tobler speaks at European Commission’s Legal Seminar on equality and non-discrimination
EUTOPIA already co-teaching European PhDs as Erasmus+ project commences
Mental health support for people who have experienced terrorist attacks not offered quickly enough
Is Cyberbullying Common Among Adults?
Change of Ambassador to Republic of Ecuador – November 2020
Ambassador to European Union announced
Foreign Secretary attends NATO Meeting in Brussels
Higher earning “elite” political lobbyists overstate their own achievements, study shows
International partnership opportunities for UK research and innovation
Commitment to peace in Kosovo for future generations