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first_img As an international economic department, we are putting British businesses in a position to benefit from the opportunities that global markets provide and the GREAT Festival of Innovation in Hong Kong next week is just one example of this. Demand for the UK’s quality goods and services in key international markets is already growing and as we look to create our own independent trade policy for the first time in over 40 years our businesses stand ready to flourish. Asia has been a fantastic market for us – consumers there really appreciate that our products are made in the UK, are high quality and organic certified. We currently sell our products on various platforms including MyMM’s mobile commerce app and we are delighted to be receiving increased brand awareness through the UK Government’s GREAT campaign. We look forward to seeing more traction as a result of the advertising. We very much look forward to promoting UK brands among Chinese consumers as part of the GREAT Festival of Innovation. MyMM are delighted to be supporting an event which demonstrates UK excellence and seeks to drive future prosperity for UK exporters by strengthening trade links between the UK and Asia. To complement their online campaign, ttHigo, a Chinese marketplace owned by Newegg, will run a networking session at the GREAT Festival of Innovation, as well as a global seller event for over 200 attendees in Huangzhou. At the GREAT festival of innovation, UK businesses will have the chance to meet with Asian counterparts to discuss possible trade and investment opportunities.And the advertising deal will build on recent positive Office for National Statistics trade figures which show that trade in goods and services between the UK and Hong Kong reached £19.6bn in 2017, up 15.1% from 2016.DIT’s E-Exporting Programme helps UK retailers and brands to accelerate their global growth via e-commerce. It supports UK businesses by partnering with marketplaces to deliver online promotions, raising awareness for British exporters selling products on these platforms.One UK business benefitting from the campaign is Little Butterfly London, a multi-award winning mother and baby beauty brand founded in 2015. Working with DIT on their export plans for the last 2 years, the brand has rapidly grown in overseas markets, including the US, Middle East, and Asia.Gudrun Wurm, Founder and Director of Little Butterfly London, said: John Steere, President of MyMM, said: Three China and Hong Kong based e-tailers – ttHigo, Goxip, and MyMM – have agreed to run free banner advertising promoting British goods on their platforms as part of the GREAT Festival of Innovation. Together, they have a combined potential audience of 720 million internet users across China and Hong Kong meaning British businesses could reach millions of potential new customers.The Department for International Trade (DIT) is amplifying these campaigns to Asian consumers across digital channels, highlighting a host of sectors where British firms lead the way.One hundred and sixty-four leading British brands in fashion, beauty, homeware and general consumer merchandise are benefitting from this initiative, including British fashion designers such as Victoria Beckham and Vivienne Westwood to Waitrose and Wool and the Gang.The week-long campaign will be timed to coincide with the upcoming GREAT Festival of Innovation in Hong Kong (21 to 24 March), which will showcase the best of Britain to Asia. Several hundred of the UK’s most creative business and institutions will attend, with a packed programme examining how innovation and technology will change the way we live, play, and learn in the future.International Trade Secretary, Dr Liam Fox, said: -ENDS-Further informationThe E-Exporting ProgrammeDIT’s E-Exporting Programme helps UK companies to accelerate their global growth through e-commerce. The programme provides access to the Selling Online Overseas tool on great.gov.uk. It’s a free-to-use, online service that allows businesses to click, connect, prepare and sell on global marketplaces such as MyMM, Goxip and ttHigo. The tool provides access to discounts and benefits, including reduced commissions and special marketing packages.The GREAT Festival of InnovationThe Great Festival of Innovation Hong Kong will be the third of its kind, following successful events in Istanbul (2014) and Shanghai (2015). Its vision is to create long-term partnerships that drive the future of free trade and prosperity between the UK and Asia.Several hundred invited delegates will attend the Hong Kong event, which takes place at the Asia Society Hong Kong Centre and will feature more than 60 panels and events over its 4 days. For more information, please visit great.gov.uk/innovation or follow the hashtag #GREATinnovation.The Department for International TradeThe UK’s Department for International Trade (DIT) has overall responsibility for promoting UK trade across the world and attracting foreign investment to our economy. We are a specialised government body with responsibility for negotiating international trade policy, supporting business, as well as delivering an outward-looking trade diplomacy strategy.The GREAT CampaignThe GREAT Britain campaign is the government’s most ambitious international marketing campaign ever, and showcases the very best of what Britain has to offer. It aims to encourage audiences to visit, study, invest in and do business with the UK, generating jobs and growth at home. The campaign has delivered £2.7 billion of benefit to the UK economy to date, with a further £2.6 billion in the pipeline and has been commended by the National Audit Office.last_img read more

first_imgThe Charity Commission, the independent regulator of charities in England and Wales, has opened a statutory inquiry into Darul Uloom School London over concerns about potential misconduct and mismanagement at the charity. The inquiry was opened on 15 June 2018.The charity’s object is for the advancement of education and religion in accordance with the tenets and doctrines of Islam. The charity provides Islamic and national curriculum education to children and young people.The Commission received a serious incident report from the charity after police arrested one of the charity’s trustees, and seized weapons and cash held at the charity’s premises. The individual was also a teacher and designated safeguarding lead at the school. The Commission therefore, immediately after opening the inquiry, exercised its powers under section 76(3)(a), suspending the individual as trustee, officer and agent of the charity. A second individual, also a trustee and headteacher at the school, was also arrested.On 13 June the Secretary of State submitted a complaint to Westminster Magistrates Court under section 120(1)(b) of the Education and Skills Act 2008 for an order that the school be removed from the register of independent schools – the consequence of which is that it would no longer be able to operate. A hearing took place on 15 June and was adjourned until 22 June where a settlement between the Department for Education and the charity was reached.The scope of the inquiry will include: Email [email protected] The Commission continues to work with the Metropolitan Police, the DfE and Bromley Council in whose authority the independent school, operated by the charity, resides. It is the Commission’s policy, after it has concluded an inquiry, to publish a report detailing what issues the inquiry looked at, what actions were undertaken as part of the inquiry and what the outcomes were.Reports of previous inquiries by the Commission are available on GOV.UK.Notes to editors The Charity Commission is the regulator of charities in England and Wales. To find out more about our work see the about us page on GOV.UK. Search for charities on our check charity tool. Section 46 of the Charities Act 2011 gives the Commission the power to institute inquiries. The opening of an inquiry gives the commission access to a range of investigative, protective and remedial legal powers. Press office the management and oversight of the charity by the trustees – including the financial management of the charity and whether conflicts of interest are being properly identified and managed by the trustees the conduct of the arrested individuals Press mobile – out of hours only 07785 748787last_img read more

first_img I want talented young people from all backgrounds to be able to access careers in government. As the Treasury launches the government’s first ever economics apprenticeship, we will grow a new generation of economists who can apply their skills and knowledge to the opportunities and challenges in this country. I’m thrilled this new, high-quality professional economist apprenticeship has been approved. These apprentices will have the opportunity to gain a degree while getting vital on the job training, giving them a head start in their careers. We’re delighted to launch this new apprenticeships programme for the Government Economic Service. Creating this new opportunity for talented young people from all over the country will bring a wider and more diverse group of people into the Government Economic Service. We are looking forward to working with these new apprentices on a whole range of important issues which affect the lives of people across the country. Launching the new programme, joint heads of the Government Economics Service, Clare Lombardelli and Sam Beckett said: People as young as 17 can apply for the first ever civil service economics apprenticeship with successful candidates being offered a starting salary of more than £20,000 (£22,000 in London). Around 75 new starters will take up their posts across government from Autumn 2019.Economists play a key role advising ministers, analysing evidence and helping improve policy decisions. They can do everything from helping to write Budgets to predicting how people will travel around or communicate in the future.The apprenticeship is part of the government’s drive to open up opportunity – and follows the new T-levels which aim to create a world-class technical education system to help people succeed in the economy of the future.Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond said: Apprenticeships and Skills Minister Anne Milton said: HM Treasury, Department for Work and Pensions, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, Department for Education and the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs will offer the apprenticeships which will be based around the country.The Government Economic Service Degree Apprenticeship Programme (GES-DAP) will be delivered in partnership with the University of Kent and will be open to candidates with GCSE maths at grade B (6) or above and 96 UCAS points – equivalent to CCC at A-level or MMM/DD BTEC Diploma/Certificate.The programme is open to eligible young people aged 17 and over. The application process will open in December 2018. For more information on the programme and how to apply visit the gov.uk website.last_img read more

first_imgThe Cares Family is a group of community networks of young professionals and older neighbours coming together and helping one another in a rapidly changing city.The project aims to reduce loneliness and isolation, improve people’s neighbourliness, wellbeing, connection, skills and resilience. It brings people together across social, generational, digital, cultural and attitudinal divides. The project has branches in north and south London and Manchester, with another opening soon in Liverpool.The first branch, North London Cares, opened in 2011. Over 3 years it developed programmes to bring older and younger neighbours together to share time, friendship and new experiences.Social clubs offer a range of activities throughout the week and the Love Your Neighbour friendship programme matches people one-to-one to share time and foster friendships.Proactive outreach work has also made a difference. The Winter Wellbeing project has run for 7 years with the aim of helping over 65s stay warm, healthy and connected. In 2017 to 2018, North London Cares talked to 731 older people and provided further help for over 200 people in 6 months.South London Cares opened in 2014. The 2 branches have now recruited 4,000 older people and 4,000 young professionals to be part of the community networks.The latest branch of The Cares Family opened in Manchester in 2017. In just a few months, 150 older people and 150 younger people have been part of Manchester Cares’ Social Clubs and Outreach, and its Community Fundraising and Love Your Neighbour programmes are now developing.last_img read more

first_imgFirst entering service in 1979, the fast jets have been used in operations across the world, most recently bombarding Daesh to push the terrorist group back through Syria and Iraq.Families and friends of the present-day squadron members were on hand to welcome them back to RAF Marham, Norfolk, on Tuesday afternoon.The weapons capabilities of the soon-to-retire Tornados are now being delivered by RAF Typhoon jets, which will continue to take a leading role in the Coalition’s mission against Daesh. Under ‘Project Centurion’, worth £425million over the past three years, the Typhoon can now also launch the world-leading Meteor air-to-air missile, the Stormshadow deep strike cruise missile and the precision attack missile Brimstone.These improved RAF Typhoon jets will form the backbone of the UK’s combat air fleet, alongside the recently introduced new fleet of F-35 Lighting jets over the coming years.The Tornado will be officially retired from service at the end of March and will only be used for training purposes over the UK in the intervening period.Originally named the Tornado GR1 the aircraft’s first use in live operations was during the Gulf War in 1991, when 60 Tornado GR1s were deployed from bases in Saudi Arabia and Bahrain. Later they were upgraded to the GR4 model, which has been used ever since over the skies of Kosovo, Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria.Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson said: It is with a heavy heart, but enormous pride, that we bid farewell to the Tornado from operations. This truly is the end of an era, having played a vital role in keeping Britain and its allies safe for four decades. But, after so long in service, it is only right that we now look to the future. The combination of our state-of-the art F35s and the Typhoon’s new weapon systems will keep us as a world leader in air combat for a generation. My sincerest congratulations to the Tornado Force, returning home after more than 4 years of continuous commitment to defeating Daesh in Iraq and Syria – an exceptional effort from everyone, well done and thank you. As a Tornado GR4 pilot myself, I have seen the aircraft develop over its nearly 40 years of service into an outstanding combat aircraft, flown, maintained and supported by similarly outstanding air and groundcrew. The Tornado Force has been continuously deployed on operations since 1990, serving with immense distinction in Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan, Libya and the Balkans. I will personally be very sad to see the Tornado retire, but it is time now to pass the baton to our next generation combat aircraft. The F-35B Lightning is now operational and the Typhoon is now fully multi-role capable and able to take on the Tornado’s missions. We can all take immense pride in what the Tornado has achieved in defence of the nation over nearly four decades, and reflect back on the courage, commitment and achievements of everyone who has contributed to the success of this extraordinary aircraft. Future capabilitiesThe RAF has already trialled its Typhoon and F-35 Forces’ abilities to work together. In a series of operational trials, the evidence gathered has confirmed the potency of the combination and demonstrated the effectiveness of both platforms when operating alongside on another.With its larger payload and increased agility and range, the Typhoon will operate in concert with the stealthy F-35 and its next-generation sensors, making the RAF one of the few air forces with the ability to exploit the synergy of 4th and 5th generation combat aircraft and delivering the UK a potent force equipped to counter evolving threats in the global environment.The UK is a world-leader in the combat air sector, which supports over 18,000 highly skilled jobs with a mix of skills and technologies unique in Europe. The sector delivers a turnover in excess of £6billion a year and has made up over 80% of defence exports from the UK over the last ten years. Chief of the Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal Sir Stephen Hillier said:last_img read more

first_img As of 9am this morning 25 further patients in England have tested positive for COVID-19. Seventeen were diagnosed who had recently travelled from recognised countries or from recognised clusters which were under investigation. Eight patients were identified in the UK where it is not yet clear whether they contracted it directly or indirectly from an individual who had recently returned from abroad. This is being investigated and contact tracing has begun. The total number of confirmed cases in England is now 105. Following previously reported confirmed cases in Northern Ireland, Wales and Scotland, the total number of UK cases is 115. All 7 NHS England regions are now reporting on cases of COVID-19. From tomorrow, 6 March 2020, Public Health England will start reporting on upper-tier local authority cases. Professor Chris Whitty, CMO for England, said:last_img read more

first_imgThe Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) and the NHS Business Services Authority (NHSBSA) have joint responsibility for data relating to claims for financial reimbursement for reciprocal healthcare treatment.This privacy notice describes how we collect and use personal information about you, in accordance with data protection law, including the General Data Protection Regulation 2018 (GDPR) and the Data Protection Act 2018.The joint data controller agreement sets out how DHSC and NHSBSA will process personal data as joint controllers.last_img

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Some cookies are ‘session cookies’, meaning that they exist only while your website browser is open and are deleted automatically once you close your browser. Other cookies are ‘permanent cookies’, meaning that they survive after your browser is closed and can be used by websites to recognise your computer when you later re-open your browser and browse the internet again.We use cookies for several reasons. For example, cookies enable us to track the interests of our users to enhance the experience on our website. Third parties serve cookies through our website for advertising, analytics and other purposes. This is described in more detail below.The specific types of cookies served through the Websites, either by William Reed or third parties and the purposes they perform are described in the table below: Types of cookieWhat they do Third PartypscuiduituvcX-LI-IDCX-LI-IDC__stid__usetguest_id Social networking cookiesThese cookies are used to enable you to share pages and content that you find interesting on our website through third party social networking websites.last_img read more

first_imgYorkshire Baker could create up to 300 new jobs as part of an expansion plan, according to the latest reports.As reported on British Baker’s sister website foodmanufacture.co.uk, the pie and pasty manufacturer, based in Norton, Malton, has been granted permission to build a new production facility at its base in Norton Grove Industrial Estate.The firm said it outgrew its existing premises as it looked to expand existing product lines and introduce new ranges as part of the move. Yorkshire Baker added that it will be partnering with Hull-based meat firm Cranswick to supply the meat for its products.Gill Ridgard, owner of Yorkshire Baker, said: “There will be new jobs, but it all depends on the amount of business we’ll be putting through. It’s a moving feast.”A spokesperson from Ryedale District Council told foodmanufacture.co.uk that the proposal for the new factory site could create up to 300 jobs if working to full production levels. Representatives from Trundley Design Services, which is involved in the construction scheme, said the site was due for completion in January 2013.last_img read more

first_imgWaitrose has withdrawn packs of its own-label Stem Ginger Cookies 200g after it was found they contained the supermarket’s Cherry & Almond Cookies 200g.The error affects packs with a best-before date of 2 April 2016 and poses a risk to those with an allergy to almonds, as it is not a stated ingredient on the packaging.A later update also confirmed the presence of undeclared sulphur dioxide, which carries a health risk for anyone with a sensitivity to the chemical.It is the second allergy warning to be issued on biscuits in recent days, with Tesco recalling packs of its own-label Chunky Chocolate Shortcake 175g because of a failure to declare the presence of egg.last_img