Trust is on agenda for key regulators next week in London at a keynote conference looking at professional standards, public confidence and access to services.
Former cabinet minister Maria Miller speaks to PoliticsHome about the need for a vigorous shake up of online abuse laws ahead of a tabled debate.
The National Audit Office has today published its report into the management arrangements of the new contracts between the Home Office and Serco and NHS England’s with G4S.
Response to Police Remuneration Review Body's recommendations for 2016/17 about officer pay and conditions.
Former Crime and Policing Minister David Hanson MP assesses the role of parliamentarians in achieving and sustaining open & secure cyberspace.
Writing for PoliticsHome's Central Lobby, former shadow pensions minister Rachel Reeves says automatically providing impartial pensions advice would "drastically cut" the risk of fraudsters targetting pensioners' savings.
The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) has welcomed a report by the Legal Service Board (LSB) as a sign that legal services are moving in the right direction, but that there is still more to do to improve competition and build trust in the sector.
Vice Chair Calum Macleod reflects on a rollercoaster week of activity following the UKs decision to leave the European Union and the unknown landscape ahead for UK policing.
Chairman of the Bar, Chantal-Aimée Doerries QC, responds to the LSB report, "Evaluation: Changes in the legal services market 2006/07 – 2014/15".
Prof Alison Harcourt from the University of Exeter writes about the processes which now follow the EU referendum result.
The Carbon Capture and Storage Association (CCSA) is today launching an important new report entitled "Lessons Learned – Lessons and Evidence Derived from UK CCS Programmes, 2008 – 2015".
Making the right choices now can, and will, reverse this fate, new report says
Jon Clark, EMEIA Oil & Gas Transactions Leader, comments:
With the UK voting to leave the European Union overnight the Police Federation of England and Wales will seek to ensure that the rights of its members are protected.
MEPs calls for the Commission to drive energy efficiency by making it a European energy infrastructure priority
The Energy Technologies Institute announces a £300,000 investment to discover how integrating energy networks could reduce costs and support ‘a future low carbon energy system.’
The Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) has appointed Element Energy to lead a new energy infrastructure analysis project as part of its Energy Storage and Distribution programme.
Responding to the Government's announcement that it would introduce a new amendment to the Policing and Crime Bill to let the period after retirement in which officer misconduct could be investigated be extended "in exceptional circumstances", Steve White, chair of the Police Federation of England and Wales, said:
Responding to the Government announcement at Home Office Questions to Unicef UK’s family reunification campaign, Mark Devlin, Chief Operating Officer at Unicef UK, said:
Having described the need to tackle digital exclusion to the Science and Technology Committee, the Tinder Foundation’s Helen Milner welcomes its report today and awaits the Government’s Digital Strategy.
The results of a Road Haulage Association (RHA) survey show a clear majority of members believe that leaving the European Union (EU) would be in the best interests of their companies.
Labour’s Jo Cox implores the public not to "fall for the spin" of the Leave campaign, saying we can do far more to address both the level and impact of immigration while remaining in the EU.
The Liberal Democrat MP Alistair Carmichael writes for PoliticsHome ahead of his debate today, questioning the Government’s refugee family reunion system that is tearing families apart.
With her new Online Safety Bill introduced this week, Baroness Howe argues that failing to make the most of existing technologies to protect children 'would constitute a dereliction of duty'.