Consortia are invited to apply for a share of up to £24 million to develop and trial innovative low emission vehicles or on-vehicle systems.
Speaking after heavy fighting erupted in Juba on 9 and 10 July, Minister for Africa, James Duddridge, said:
I strongly condemn the widespread fighting in Juba and am particularly shocked by the attacks on UN bases. Those responsible for the renewed violence should be held to account.
Speech delivered by Lord Price CVO, Minister of State for Trade and Investment, in Shanghai, China on 8 July 2016.
I’m delighted to be here in Shanghai where I’ve come to meet businesses and investors, in the run up to the G20 trade ministers’ meeting.
Innovate UK is to invest £19 million in projects that test new infrastructure technologies for the first time in user-facing applications.
Influential business leaders and politicians from across both sides of the Welsh border have met to discuss how economic opportunities from the Northern Powerhouse Region can be maximised for North Wales.
Ofqual welcomes the ambition set out in the government’s post-16 Skills Plan to create a technical education system that meets business needs.
New review on women in senior leadership and new leader of the Women’s Business Council unveiled by government today.
Top leaders from some of Britain’s most influential and successful companies are being rallied to help deliver the new progress for greater female representation in business, backed by government support.
The Women's Business Council, an independent body created in 2012, is to be extended and will have a new Chair.
Alternative recommendations for HS2’s route and station proposals in South Yorkshire have been revealed today following publication of a report by David Higgins.
Although 90 per cent of business leaders expect a fall in economic growth in the short term, they expect the outlook to improve, with 55 per cent fearing that economic growth will fall in the longer term.
Nine in ten business leaders expect Brexit to prompt a fall in economic growth in the short-term, according to the Business Growth Fund’s Growth Climate Index.
A new online tool will help skilled workers in the oil and gas sectors find job opportunities in the wider engineering sector.
Alun Cairns today set out his vision of a confident Wales preparing for life beyond the EU - with a warning to politicians not to “talk down” the future.
The Secretary of State for Wales told Assembly members that “the people of Wales and the UK have spoken” and it was time to act on their instructions.
Businesses have been challenged by the Scottish public sector to come up with ways of improving services through using digital technology.
Businesses could win contracts worth thousands of pounds to explore digital solutions to six challenges set by local authorities in Scotland.
Plans to ensure high quality, compassionate care for everyone at the end of life have been announced by Health Minister Ben Gummer.
The government has made 6 commitments to the public to end variation in end of life care across the health system by 2020. These are:
UK Government introduces the Digital Economy Bill as part of its ambition for the UK to be the most digital nation in the world.
Today sees the introduction of the Digital Economy Bill to Parliament. The Bill forms part of the government’s ambition for the UK to be the most digital nation in the world.
The £32 million scheme, a partnership between the Environment Agency, Devon County Council and Exeter City Council, will see construction activity around the city over the next 2 years.
The Environment Agency is working with contractor BMM to minimise disruption and is encouraging those who live and work in Exeter to sign up to Exeter City Council’s email updates to find out what is happening and when.
The local economy of Redcar and Cleveland is set to benefit after a new mine water treatment scheme becomes operational to improve the bathing water quality of the area.
Two directors from Macclesfield were banned from acting as company Directors for six years following an Insolvency Service Investigation.
Mr Edwin Connor and Mrs Elisa Maria Connor have been banned from being company directors for failing to maintain or deliver up the books and records of E Connor of Cheshire Limited.
The Cabinet Office has launched an £80 million ‘Life Chances Fund’ to support Social Impact Bonds (SIB) to help transform people's lives.
The Secretary of State for Wales says he is impressed by the positive attitude of Welsh businesses post the EU referendum vote
It was a seismic shock to the nation. But the referendum is now over, and - at the risk of minimalising what has just happened - we need to respond to the new situation.
From supermarkets to football clubs, 1000 UK companies have now signed the Armed Forces Covenant.
Compass Group UK & Ireland, a catering and support services company, will become the landmark 1000th signatory to the Covenant during a ceremony on board HMS Belfast today (4 July).
Guto Bebb today hailed the warm reception for the Urdd Eisteddfod as evidence that the Welsh language is supported across the whole country.
Minister for Asia, Hugo Swire, responds to the attack at Holey Artisan Bakery in Dhaka, Bangladesh
Minister for Asia, Hugo Swire, said:
Friday 1st July 2016 marks an historic day for the UK as the future of the Royal Navy and Royal Air Force combat air fleets, the F-35B Lightning II, flew over their prospective ‘homes’; HMS Queen Elizabeth, HMS Prince of Wales in Rosyth and RAF Marham in Norfolk.
Defence Secretary Michael Fallon said: