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Treasury Minister commends energy innovations towards Net Zero
Matildas to face USA in Bronze Medal Match
Olympic medal haul for USC’s Kaylee McKeown
Government offers formal apology for Dawn Raids
Call to Action on Antimicrobial Resistance 2021
Matildas reach Semi Finals of Tokyo 2020
World Heritage Committee inscribes four cultural and one natural site on UNESCO’s World Heritage List
Defence Secretary National Flagship Engagement Day speech
Red tape cut for wine imports to save British wine lovers £130m year
Five sites in Arab and Europe regions inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List
Child mental health services lacking in high-income countries: SFU study finds
Child mental health services lacking in high-income countries
U-NOVUS forum participants discussed climate change
Nuclear forensics international group holds 25th anniversary meeting
New apprentices set to take to promenade and bring back seaside entertainment this summer
Imperial athletes set their sights on this year’s Tokyo Olympic Games
Renewable Energies: No Wind Turbine Disturbing Scenery
Statement on implementation of Protocol on Ireland and Northern Ireland
TSU biologists monitor bird migration with ISS
Supported by UN Women, police forces are becoming more responsive to survivors of violence
Top UK organisations release annual statistics for use of animals in research 15 July
UK Government to boost support for Northern Ireland agri-food traders
FSU’s Opening Nights announces 2021-2022 season lineup
UK Government to set out way forward on Northern Ireland Protocol to Parliament
Plan for Jobs one year on More than a third of working population supported through pandemic
Reforestation may help mitigate droughts
International Maritime Prize to go to Mr. Paul Sadler
COVID, State surveillance, smartphones, mega tech-corporations and artificial intelligence are only a few of themes which will
July Fourth and early Black Americans: It’s complicated
Access to reliable information sources is obvious antidote to disinformation
Extension to Northern Ireland Protocol grace period for chilled meats agreed
End to coal power brought forward to October 2024
Volunteer transcribers needed for Humphry Davy’s Notebooks
Apple Watch International Collection bands show love of country
UN Human Rights Council 47 Interactive Dialogue with Working Group on Discrimination Against Women and Girls
Special Rapporteur Tells Human Rights Council that Serious Human Rights Issues Persist in Eritrea
UNESCO World Heritage Committee session to be hosted by China after a one-year hiatus
Antarctic glacier may be more stable than initially feared
New online tool to help working families make most of shared parental leave
Mr Karim Asad Ahmad Khan QC sworn in today as Prosecutor of International Criminal Court
Defending Democracy – Policy Exchange Speech
Sir Richard Sykes appointed chair of Vaccine Taskforce
Queen’s Birthday Honour awarded to Professor for services to Vascular Surgery
ACT Accelerator partnership welcomes commitment of 870 million vaccine doses and calls for more investment
G7 announces pledges of 870 million COVID-19 vaccine doses, of which at least half to be delivered by end of 2021
Like-minded countries must build our own sovereign capability and resilience
Liberals have most difficulty getting along with opponents on ‘culture war’ issues
UK PM meeting with President Biden 10 June 2021