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PMQs: Labour leader piles pressure on PM to resign after “criminality” of lockdown parties is uncovered
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has reiterated his calls for prime minister Boris Johnson to resign, after the Metropolitan Police’s probe into ‘Partygate’ uncovered what he called “widespread criminality” in Downing Street while the Covid lockdown was in force.
Businesses will have an extra year to prepare for Making Tax Digital
Businesses have been granted an extra year to prepare for the implementation of Making Tax Digital, HMRC announced last week.
Rise in children's acute hospital beds occupied by children with mental health issues
Up to a third of acute hospital beds set aside for children in hospitals across England are now occupied by children with mental health issues.
Cardinal Vincent Nichols visits St Dominic's Sixth Form College
The opening mass of the year at St Dominic's Sixth Form College was celebrated by Cardinal Vincent Nichols, concelebrated by Fr Alexander Masters and served by Paul Moynihan, the Cardinals master of ceremonies.
Cornwall Care European Social Fund grant project gets underway
Cornwall Care is leading a two-year training project in Cornwall after being awarded £1.74m in grant funding by the European Social Fund, with proceedings getting underway earlier this month.
Frodsham Leisure Centre receives £110,000 in investment
Frodsham Leisure Centre recently received a £110,000 in investment to carry out improvements to the facilities.
Sarco Stopper approaches its 150th anniversary
Founded in 1877, Sarco Stopper maintains a worldwide reputation for innovative line stopping and bypass solutions to this day, having expanded rapidly since 2007 following a management buyout.
National Lottery funding for increased services and support for people with autism
Space4Autism has announced a two-year project to provide new and enhanced services for people of all ages with autism and their families.
Children of All Nations continuing to serve children and young people in Croydon and beyond
Based in Croydon, Children of All Nations is an Ofsted-registered independent fostering agency that has been operational since 2004.
the7stars Group launch new consultancy 13minutes
UK media agency the7stars Group has created a new business acceleration consultancy called 13minutes, a cross-discipline consultancy which will help businesses grow and transform.
Oncology Imaging Systems launch first QA software for auto segmentation contouring engines
Oncology Imaging Systems has announced the launch of StructSure AI QA, the first QA software designed specifically for auto segmentation contouring engines.
Popularity of e-bikes and e-scooters grew rapidly during second half of 2020
The popularity of electric bikes and scooters grew rapidly during the second half of 2020, research from the International Energy Agency revealed earlier this year.
New app Injury Capture launched for victims of abuse
A new app called Injury Capture has been launched to empower victims of abuse and sexual assault, by aiding the recording and reporting of violent crime.
United Christian Broadcasters enters its 35th year
United Christian Broadcasters is celebrating 35 years of existence this year, with the Staffordshire-based media charity continuing to develop towards the future.
Sir Patrick Vallance: “We should be planning for future pandemics”
Writing in the Financial Times, the government’s chief scientific adviser Sir Patrick Vallance discusses the aim to make vaccines and therapeutics available at scale within 100 days and warns that the world should be planning for pandemic threats in the future.