Source: City of Worcester The Worcestershire Regiment memorial stone in Gheluvelt Park This November the nation will celebrate the centenary anniversary of Armistice Day; 100 years since the end of the First World War. On October 31 the Worcestershire and Sherwood Foresters Regimental Association will host a ceremony at the Worcestershire Regimental Stone in Worcester’s […]Read More →
MIL-OSI United Kingdom: Press release: Football coach paedophile has sentence increased after Solicitor General’s referral
Source: United Kingdom – Executive Government & Departments The ex-coach of a Windermere under-12s football team who sexually assaulted 7 of his players has had his sentence increased after the Solicitor General, Robert Buckland QC MP, referred it to the Court of Appeal for being too low. Anthony Pickering, 56, who was between 17 and […]Read More →
Source: United Kingdom – Ministry of Defence Published 1 October 2010Last updated 17 October 2018 + show all updates17 October 2018 The information charter has now been replaced with the Ministry of Defence Police privacy notice.21 May 2018 Updated the MOD Police Information Charter with a change of contact number.2 August 2017 Updated information charter for […]Read More →
MIL-OSI United Kingdom: Scrapping or restricting free TV licenses for over 75s would be a terrible blow to elderly people – The Labour Party
Source: Labour Party UK Tom Watson MP, Labour’s Shadow Secretary of State for a Digital, Culture, Media and Sport and Deputy Leader of the Labour Party, commenting on plans to scrap or restrict free TV licenses for over 75s, said: “This was always the danger when the Government passed the cost of free licenses for […]Read More →
Source: British Parliament News 17 October 2018In PMQs this week, Prime Minister, Theresa May, answers questions from MPs before heading to Brussels for talks with the European Union. Leader of the Opposition, Jeremy Corbyn, asked about the Chequers plan, the cost of a no-deal Brexit, the timetable for Brexit agreements, the automotive industry and the customs union, safeguarding the supply of medicines following Brexit […]Read More →
Source: Labour List UK It lasted just 11 minutes this week, but felt a whole lot longer. In one of the worst PMQs yet, Theresa May batted away every question put to her with the lines we have had the misfortune of hearing hundreds of times before: nothing is agreed until everything is agreed; we […]Read More →
MIL-OSI UK Cities: Wakefield Council lawyer wins at Yorkshire Legal Awards A Senior Legal Officer at Wakefield Council has won a prestigious regional award at the annual Yorkshire Lawyer Awards.
Source: City of Wakefield A Senior Legal Officer at Wakefield Council has won a prestigious regional award at the annual Yorkshire Lawyer Awards. Laura Taylor was named as In-House Lawyer of the Year in recognition of the legal work she carries out for the Council to safeguard children. Around 900 legal professionals attended the event […]Read More →
MIL-OSI UK Cities: Lancaster district represented at prestigious MIPIM conference 17 October 2018 Exciting opportunities and sites for development will be showcased to international investors, to help attract new projects and schemes to the Lancaster district.
Source: City of Lancaster Exciting opportunities and sites for development will be showcased to international investors, to help attract new projects and schemes to the Lancaster district. Lancaster City Council along with Lancaster University are to represent the district at MIPIM UK, a leading property exhibition and conference held in London. The annual event, taking […]Read More →
Source: Scotland – City of Perth Perth & Kinross Council is delighted to announce that our Welfare Rights Team has retained accreditation at the highest level. It is currently the only advice agency in Perth and Kinross that is accredited to offer impartial benefits advice, representation and advocacy services in relation to Welfare Benefits at […]Read More →
MIL-OSI United Kingdom: Press release: More faith and belief groups to join the National Service of Remembrance
Source: UK Government Seven more faith and belief groups are to be permanently represented during the National Remembrance Service at the Cenotaph from this year Faith Minister Lord Bourne announced today (17 October 2018).Jains, Zoroastrians and Copts are among those faiths and beliefs that will now take part in this country’s greatest service to remember […]Read More →