Policy Statements and Initiatives (Archive)

FCO:  Minister Sir Alan Duncan meets Russian First Deputy Foreign Minister Titov – (FCO:  UK continues to lead on Preventing Sexual Violence in Conflict ~ FCO:  Commonwealth Day Statement ~ Foreign Office minister comments on UNICEF report on Syria ~ FS visits Somalia ~ FCO:  UK extends women’s rights protections to Bermuda and St Helena)

DIFD:  Priti Patel responds to Disasters Emergency Committee’s new East Africa Crisis Appeal – (DIFD:  Six years of conflict in Syria: statement from Priti Patel ~ DIFD:  UK to help businesses step up investment in world’s poorest countries)

10DS:  PM - Summit will set out future for a vibrant & diverse Commonwealth – (10DS:  PM Commons statement on European Council: 14 March 2017)

Cabinet Office:  Ministry of Justice joins shared services programme set to save £300m

DExEU:  Statement on Royal Assent of EU (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill

DfE:  Education Secretary addresses ASCL conference

Home Office:  Home Secretary meets Syrian families given protection in the UK

HM Treasury:  Taxpayer’s stake in Lloyds now below 3%

DfT:  £220m to help motorists beat congestion

CLG:  Plans to return full democratic accountability to Tower Hamlets

ScotGov:  Scotland must have choice over future – (ScotGov:  Boost for infrastructure ~ ScotGov:  Help for carers ~ ScotGov:  Reducing nuisance calls ~ ScotGov:  Increased funding for affordable housing ~ ScotGov:  £3m for community justice ~ ScotGov:  Snaring review ~ ScotGov:  Referendum must be ‘made in Scotland’ ~ ScotGov:  Action on climate change ~ ScotGov:  Brexit impact on universities ~ ScotGov:  PM bid to block Scotland’s choice “undemocratic & unsustainable” ~ ScotGov:  Experience Panels invitations ~ ScotGov:  East Africa famine)

WAG:  Cabinet Secretary confirms £6.5m ‘Circular Economy’ fund – (WAG:  HRH The Princess Royal backs campaign to get more girls into science & engineering ~ WAG:  Proposed new law to abolish the Right to Buy and associated rights introduced in Wales ~ WAG:  €6.7m EU boost to improve bathing waters in Ireland and Wales ~ WAG:  EU approval unlocks major funding boost for Caernarfon ~ WAG:  Minister calls rapid review of Welsh education plans ~ WAG:  Wales recycling efforts shine on the world stage ~ WAG:  New teacher training changes to attract the best to the profession ~ WAG:  Partnership between Jesus College Oxford and Wales’ brightest students unveiled at major education summit ~ WAG:  Green light for £35m hub to drive world-leading research in Swansea Bay)