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RoSPA issues safety advice for those cycling to work
Wired-GOV Newswire (news from other organisations)
Friday 06 March 2015 @ 08:40

With an increase in the promotion of cycling to work schemes, and greater numbers of people striving to keep themselves fit, more workers are hopping on their bikes for the daily commute.

Wired-GOV Newswire (news from other organisations) | Official News Release
RoSPA issues safety advice for those cycling to work
Department for Communities and Local Government news
Help to Buy: helping 88,000 buy a new home
Department for Communities and Local Government
Friday 06 March 2015 @ 08:10

Help to Buy, the government’s flagship housing scheme, has helped 88,420 people buy a new home since it was created.

 

Department for Communities and Local Government | Official News Release
Help to Buy: helping 88,000 buy a new home
Ministry of Justice news
Ministerial support for rape and sexual violence victims
Ministry of Justice
Friday 06 March 2015 @ 08:05

Victims’ Minister Mike Penning saw first hand yesterday how government money has been used to help those who need it most with vital help and support for victims of rape and sexual violence.

 

Ministry of Justice | Official News Release
Ministerial support for rape and sexual violence victims

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RoSPA calling for better infrastructure to get more kids on their bikes
Wired-GOV Newswire (news from other organisations)
Friday 06 March 2015 @ 07:40

Getting children on their bikes for the journey to school is key to keeping them fit and healthy, as well as getting them more confident and safe on the road.

Wired-GOV Newswire (news from other organisations) | Official News Release
RoSPA calling for better infrastructure to get more kids on their bikes
EU News news
Roaming and open internet: Council ready for talks with EP
EU News
Friday 06 March 2015 @ 07:05

The Latvian Presidency of the Council now has a mandate to start negotiations with the European Parliament on new rules to cut mobile phone roaming fees and safeguard open internet access. The mandate was agreed by member states at the Permanent Representatives Committee on 4 March 2015.

EU News | Official News Release
Roaming and open internet: Council ready for talks with EP
Scottish Government news
Scholarships let Pakistani children attend school
Scottish Government
Friday 06 March 2015 @ 07:05

A scholarship scheme which has helped more than 1400 schoolchildren in Pakistan attend school and improve their future is to continue for another year.

Scottish Government | Official News Release
Scholarships let Pakistani children attend school

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