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Advice for People Struggling to Pay Bills Due to Coronavirus

Posted: 14 January 2021
Advice for those in difficulty with utility bills, or repayment commitments on credit cards, loans and mortgages, as a result of coronavirus (COVID-19).
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Unregulated Immigration Advisors Fined £17,000

Posted: 7 January 2021
Directors from two law firms which generated £2.5 million in fees by providing unregulated immigration advice have been fined nearly £17,000 and ordered to pay over £28,000 in compensation.
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Rules for COVID-19 Testing for HGV Drivers Crossing Border

Posted: 6 January 2021
How HGV drivers get their COVID-19 test before leaving the UK for France using the Port of Dover or Eurotunnel.
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Prime Minister Announces Third National Lockdown

Posted: 4 January 2021
From 00.01 on Wednesday people must stay at home to control the virus, protect the NHS and save lives.
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Small Grassroots Organisations Supported in Tackling Loneliness

Posted: 2 January 2021
Government's funding will help provide immediate and targeted relief to those most at risk of loneliness during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Provisional Fishing Quota for UK Fishermen to Be Set Shortly

Posted: 31 December 2020
The provisional catch limits for fishermen in the UK will ensure fishing continues uninterrupted until annual fisheries negotiations with the EU, Norway and Faroe Islands conclude.
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British Exporters Recognised in New Year’s Honours List 2021

Posted: 31 December 2020
The honoured exporters represent a diverse range of businesses, from sourcing PPE for the pandemic, green energy, trade policy negotiations and to services exports in the creative industry.
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> 70%

Posted: 30 December 2020
Together, Google, Facebook and Amazon last year accounted for more than 70% of online advertising globally.
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What Brexit Means for Product Labelling and Marking

Posted: 19 December 2020
Changes will be required for placing goods on the Great Britain, Northern Ireland and EU markets, regardless of whether a UK-EU trade deal is agreed.
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UK Internal Market Bill Becomes Law

Posted: 17 December 2020
New laws to protect jobs and trade across the whole of the United Kingdom will come into force from 1 January 2021.
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What Is an ‘Australia-Style’ EU Trade Deal?

Posted: 13 December 2020
Boris Johnson and his ministers are contemplating the increasing likelihood of failure to negotiate a free trade deal with the EU and speaking of establishing an “Australian-style” relationship with the bloc from next year.
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EU Proposes Targeted Contingency Measures to Prepare for Possible “No-Deal” Scenario

Posted: 10 December 2020
The European Commission has today put forward a set of targeted contingency measures ensuring basic reciprocal air and road connectivity between the EU and the UK, as well as allowing for the possibility of reciprocal fishing access by EU and UK vessels to each other's waters.
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UK Points-Based Immigration System Opens

Posted: 1 December 2020
The new global system awards points for skills, having a job offer and speaking English.
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Most Homes Delivered in 33 Years

Posted: 29 November 2020
More homes were delivered last year than in any year since 1987 - the 7th year in a row the number homes delivered has increased.
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Global Leaders Confirm Their Commitment to Paris Agreement Full Implementation

Posted: 4 November 2020
The UNFCCC and the Governments of the UK, Chile, France and Italy have issued a joint statement on the US Withdrawal from the Paris Agreement.
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