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Blogs about UK government

5 blogs about UK government.

  1. Accelerated Capability Environment
    News and updates from the Accelerated Capability Environment team. 🇬🇧 More info

    Navigating climate change challenges – key findings from our academic network net zero event
    Introduction The close of this year’s COP28 climate summit provides an opportunity for us to reflect on our contribution to efforts towards addressing the urgent threat of climate change, and to consider some of the …
    By Sam Brooks, 55 words
  2. Accessibility in government
    This is for everyone: documenting how we rebuild inclusive digital services across government. 🇬🇧 More info

    Accessibility and service design for inclusion
    My name is Rachel, and I am currently the Service Design Lead at Basildon Council in Essex. I am also a PhD Researcher in Service Co-design. This means working with service beneficiaries and the workforce …
    By Rachel A.Wood, Service Design Lead, Basildon Council, 818 words
  3. APHA Science Blog
    News and updates from the Animal and Plant Health Agency on science. 🇬🇧 More info

    Cryptosporidium: A One Health approach
    APHA operationalise a One Health approach during outbreaks of zoonotic diseases When I started studying my veterinary degree, I always envisaged that I would return to Yorkshire to work in mixed practice (think James Herriot!). …
    By Meg Rawlins, 1,218 words
  4. The History of Parliament
    Blogging on parliament, politics and people, from the History of Parliament. 🇬🇧 More info

    In Memoriam: Patrick, Lord Cormack & the History of Parliament Trust
    We at the History of Parliament have been deeply saddened to hear of the death of Lord Cormack, Patrick Cormack, who has been one of the History’s greatest friends and allies for more than forty …
    By histparl, 673 words
  5. Kate Belgrave
    Talking with people dealing with public sector cuts. 🇬🇧 More info

    Bleeding more cash out of homeless people
    We go back to Marlin Apartments in Stratford, where homeless families live 4 and 5 to a single room – around which they are pursued by militias of rats, mice, bedbugs, cockroaches, tiny flies and …
    By Kate B, 897 words