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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

    ACE community event: networking, insights and news
    Our first community event of the financial year drew in over 130 attendees in person and more than 50 people online.
    By Kate Shanks, 28 words
  2. Accessibility in government
    This is for everyone: documenting how we rebuild inclusive digital services across government. 🇬🇧 More info

    Celebrating Global Accessibility Awareness Day
    Try the mouse challenge this Global Accessibility Awareness Day to understand the importance of inclusivity in digital spaces.
    By Richard Morton, Head of Accessibility at the Central Digital and Data Office, Cabinet Office, 23 words
  3. APHA Science Blog
    News and updates from the Animal and Plant Health Agency on science. 🇬🇧 More info

    APHA protecting our borders from non-native species
    Invasive non-native species harm the environment, cost the economy almost £2 billion per year, and can even harm our health. Emma Brand from the Non-Native Species Inspectorate tells us about her work in this important …
    By Emma Brand, 1,536 words
  4. The History of Parliament
    Blogging on parliament, politics and people, from the History of Parliament. 🇬🇧 More info

    ‘Until head and knee weary’: motives and formats in the diarizing habit of Sir Simonds D’Ewes during the Long Parliament, 1640-47
    Ahead of next Tuesday’s Parliaments, Politics and People seminar, we hear from Stephen Roberts, emeritus director of the History of Parliament. On 25 June 2024 Stephen will discuss the diarizing habit of Sir Simonds D’Ewes …
    By conniejeffery, 1,402 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