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Homes and businesses depend upon reliable, affordable energy. The Government is ambitious in its plans to keep costs as low as possible for them over the coming decades, while delivering carbon targets, ensuring security of supply, and seizing the economic … Continue reading
Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust’s UK Grant Programmes – December Deadlines The Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust is currently accepting application for projects involving removing problems through radical solutions, and not simply about making problems easier to live. Generally, the Trust funds … Continue reading
In response to the DWP’s announcement that the State Pension age will rise to 68 earlier than planned, Caroline Abrahams, Charity Director at Age UK, said: “In bringing forward a rise in State Pension age by seven years, the Government … Continue reading
The social and economic cost of drug supply in England and Wales is estimated to be £10.7 billion a year – just over half of which (£6 billion) is attributed to drug-related acquisitive crime. In 2015-16, around 2.7 million (8.4%) … Continue reading
The Government has introduced the Repeal Bill to Parliament. This represents a significant milestone in the UK’s exit of the European Union. The Repeal Bill will ensure that, once we have left the EU, our laws will not be made … Continue reading
With the UK poised to leave the European Union, uncertainty remains about the replacement of the European Social Funds (ESF) and the vital support they provide to disadvantaged communities across the country. To help demonstrate to the next government that … Continue reading
Experts find vast sums lying unclaimed in dormant assets such as stocks and shares, Minister for Civil Society Rob Wilson announced today. The huge sum has the potential to further transform the charity sector, helping to improve communities and change lives. … Continue reading