Policy Statements and Initiatives (Archive)

Foreign Secretary condemns bombing in Lahore – (Minister for Europe welcomes the conditional release of Intigam Aliyev in Azerbaijan ~ FS visits Georgia ~ FCO:  A definition of antisemitism ~ FS statement on Libya ~ FCO:  "If we want half of world’s population to have a say in conflict prevention ... then let us begin in this building." ~ FS welcomes the new President of Burma's inauguration ~ FCO:  First release of Foreign Office files on Nazi persecution victims ~ FCO:  UK response to Argentina’s intention to extend its continental shelf ~ FS visit to Lebanon ~ FCO Minister responds to reports of abuses by UN peacekeepers in the CAR)

DIFD:  Media reports on UK aid projects: setting the record straight

10DS:  UK, US and EU sign landmark deal to turn nuclear material into cancer-fighting treatment

BIS:  Consultation launched on Land Registry’s future operating model

HM Treasury:  Britain gets a pay rise, thanks to the National Living Wage – (HMT:  New body to support financial sanctions implementation launched)

Home Office:  Minister highlights UK commitment to Syrian resettlement

DfE:  Teacher workload: new measures announced – (DfE:  Stepping up to shape an education system which delivers opportunity for all ~ DfE:  Nicky Morgan: leaving the EU risks a lost generation)

DfT:  Transport Minister Robert Goodwill calls for an increase in cycling & walking

CLG:  New government plans for 1 new home in 5 to be a starter home

WAG:  Minister extends moratorium to underground coal gasification – (WAG:  Deputy Minister accepts recommendations of local museum review ~ WAG:  Minister submits case for electrification of the North Wales main line)

Wales Office:  Alun Cairns makes his first official Swansea visit as Welsh Secretary to mark Budget 2016 commitments – (WO:  Alun Cairns writes for the Sunday Times ~ WO:  Secretary of State pushes forward with growth deal for North Wales ~ Welsh Secretary welcomes introduction of new National Living Wage)

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