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'.
A full, fact-based analysis of the legal and constitutional implications of Britain either leaving the European Union or staying within it under the New Settlement has been published by the Bar Council, which represents barristers in England & Wales.
Today’s uncertain political and economic landscape will give rise to a new breed of customer who is risk averse, self-aware, and prides themselves on having high ethical standards, according to new research launched by The Institute of Customer Service today.
With revelations that Saudi Arabia is using British munitions to kill thousands of Yemeni civilians, many of them children, SNP’s Margaret Ferrier is fighting for an arms embargo.
Labour MP Alison McGovern tells PoliticsHome that the battle for equal representation is not yet won, as she maps the progress of the women’s movement from 7 June 1866 to 7 June 2016.
The UN and partners are in a race against time to provide life-saving assistance to people fleeing escalating violence in Anbar, particularly around the battle for Fallujah.
The Bar Council says it will work with parliamentarians to place statutory protection for legal privilege in the Investigatory Powers Bill.
As the Investigatory Powers Bill returns to the Commons this week, Shadow Home Office Minister Keir Starmer calls for Theresa May to "go further and concede in the other remaining areas of concern."
MPs, economists and the Government debate the merits of the trade deal, and the controversial ISDS courts that allow private companies to sue nation-states.
Consumer watchdog Which? calls for tighter rules on broadband advertising so the majority of customers get the speeds offered, not just a minimum of 10%.
A Home Affairs Select Committee report on the failure to deport foreign criminals is not a reason to quit the European Union, according to two Labour and Tory MPs.
The Bar Council responds to today’s figures from the Judicial Appointments Commission reveal that black and minority ethnic lawyers applying to become judges are far less likely to succeed than their white counter-parts.
Joint statement by Dr. Ala Alwan, WHO Regional Director, and Dr. Peter Salama, UNICEF Regional Director
The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) has said there is a strong case for the Solicitors Qualifying Exam (SQE), but has extended its timetable so that it can work on getting the detail right before making a final decision.
The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) is proposing to increase access to legal services by removing unnecessary bureaucracy and freeing up solicitors to work in new markets.
Phil Golding has been appointed as Chief Executive of the Law Commission.