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FCO response to Wass Inquiry

(via noodls) / The UK Government has today (Thursday 10 December) published the findings of an independent inquiry led by Sasha Wass QC into serious allegations of a cover-up of child abuse on St Helena and Ascension Island. The inquiry concluded ... Noodls, 2 months ago
Press release: FCO response to Wass Inquiry, 2 months ago

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Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation, 2 weeks ago
Freedom from Torture

In response to the Syrian crisis UN and UK Ministers hear from survivors at Freedom from Torture

The importance of creating a safe environment and offering rehabilitation services to those fleeing sexual violence and other forms of torture from Syria were the themes of a roundtable hosted by torture survivors for UK Ministers and the UN Special ...
 Freedom from Torture6 days ago

Cross-government approach at heart of new drive to boost exports

UKTI to be at the centre of a new approach to boosting British exports, and overseeing and co-ordinating export performance. A new whole-of-government approach to boosting British exports delivered through a transformed, UK Trade and Investment ...
 Wired-GOV3 weeks ago Press release: Cross-government approach at heart of new drive to boost exports  Foreign weeks ago

Whitehall will face fundamental change in the way it operates the Institute for Government's Peter Riddell on the future of the civil service

Police and the FCO may have got off more lightly than feared at November's Spending Review, but many other departments face a substantial real-terms squeeze over the next four years Most political events however apparently dramatic at the time ...
 Civil Service World1 month ago


Former Diplomatic Editor for The Times Michael Binyon reports that FCO budget cuts and low pay are endangering the UK's diplomatic imprint and influence More than a dozen former British ambassadors, international negotiators and heads of policy ...
 Diplomat Magazine2 months ago
Civil Service World

Sprint 16: Six things we learned about the future of government digital from the GDS conference

Rolling out text alerts, sorting out "crap" government IT, cleaning up data, and trying to recruit skilled people when the money's tight — there's plenty going on in the world of government digital, as Matt Foster found at the Government Digital ...
 Civil Service World2 hours ago

Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Funding — Question for Short Debate Tuesday, 9 February 2016 · 19 speeches

My Lords, I welcome the opportunity to clarify how the Government are matching the funding of our diplomacy in relation to our foreign policy priorities. I am grateful to all noble Lords who are participating, with all their experience, and to the ...
 They Work For You1 day ago

Arms profits bury human rights

It is more than possible to speculate why British Prime Minister David Cameron has declared it his mission to scrap the Human Rights Act which is incorporated into the European Convention on Human Rights it appears he simply does not believe in ...
 Communist Party of Australia2 days ago As Yemen Bleeds UK Arms Profits Bury Human Rights  Pravda1 week ago As Yemen Bleeds, British Profits from Weapons Sales Bury Human Rights  Global Research1 week ago Human Rights are Buried by UK Arms Profits as Yemen Bleeds  Dissident Voice1 week ago

Yemen update 2/5/2016.. As Yemen Bleeds

(Before It's News) Yemeni tribes mobilizing against Saudi aggression [embedded content] Yemeni snipers kill 9 Saudi soldiers in Jizan [embedded content] Incidents in Yemen [embedded content] As Yemen Bleeds, British Profits from ...
 Before It's News6 days ago

A trickle of Pharaonic valuables

People queuing for hours, sometimes throughout thenight, often to face closed doors. This wasn't Russia during the First World War, but London in 1972. People were not queuing for bread, but for gold. Tutankhamun's gold mask (photograph: Juliette ...
 National Archives UK6 days ago
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