Canary Wharf hub officially opened to save £24 million per year
Over 6,000 civil servants are expected to move into Canary Wharf as part of an effort to save money and reduce Whitehall office buildings. Public sector staff from eight departments are now operating from UK financial district including HMRC, Ofgem and the Ministry of Justice.
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Census (Return Particulars and Removal of Penalties) Bill03/05/2019 12:20:00
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Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster speech to CYBERUK 2019 conference25/04/2019 16:20:00
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, David Lidington, addressed attendees of the CYBERUK 2019 conference in Glasgow.
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Geospatial Commission making geospatial data more accessible18/04/2019 15:20:00
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