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- The UK government is awaiting a full report into the cases of two British citizens who have been identified in KGB files as former Soviet spies.
- The UK government is also known to have allowed the sales of arms to be used in East Timor.
- Also the UK government is actively encouraging the growth of Islamic finance.
- In 2001 the UK government decided to end reprocessing at Dounreay, and the UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) began the process of decommissioning the site.
- The present policy of the UK Government is to increase national and regional devolution.
- The Charity Commission is a UK Government department, which has legal powers to investigate and deal with cases of fraud within charities.
- The following are Executive Agencies of the UK government and regional executives, with note on their areas of responsibility.
- In a question directed to the UK government it was determined that no Cabinet offices except the Ministry of Defence has its own specific flags.
- The Governor is also responsible for liaising with the UK Government, and carrying out any ceremonial duties.
- For instance, in November 2004, the yield curve for UK Government bonds was partially inverted.
- In the most recent UK government Research Assessment Exercise in 2001, Cambridge was ranked first in the country.
- Computershare took over as the registrar for UK Government bonds (known as gilts) from the Bank at the end of 2004.
- It was established in 1694 to act as the English Government's banker, and to this day it still acts as the banker for the UK Government.
- VoxEU.org is partnering with the UK government to collect the views of economists from around the world on what the G20 should do to fix the global economy.
- All military forces of overseas territories are, therefore, under the direct command of the UK Government, via the local Governor and Commander-In-Chief.
- Historically, Gaelic has not received the same degree of official recognition from the UK Government as Welsh.
- In July 2002, the UK government awarded 25 offshore production licences to groups comprised of 33 different companies.
- In February 2002, the UK government offered 22 Petroleum Exploration and Development licenses for bid in the nation's 10th Onshore Licensing Round.
- Since 2000, the UK government has pursued a policy of dispersal of asylum seekers to ease pressure on social housing in the London area.
- Its finance was supported by both the UK Government and the Hong Kong Government.
- However, Cambridge still relies largely on funding by the UK government.
- The Welsh Assembly Government had no independent executive powers in law (unlike, for instance, the Scottish Ministers and Ministers in the UK government).
- In June 2002 the UK government introduced a capital gains tax exemption for UK companies with substantial shareholdings in another company.
- Humphrey Lyttelton on his 85th birthday Petition the UK government to bestow a suitable honour (British citizens only).
- The village - big enough to house 500 people - was built along with a dry dock as the UK government rushed to cash in on North Sea oil.
- And both the European Commission and the UK government are working on green procurement guidelines, which will include IT hardware.
- Treasury Bills refers to very short term debt instrument s issue d by the Bank of England on behalf of the UK Government.
- The Crown Prosecution Service is the UK government department responsible for prosecuting criminal cases investigated by the police in England and Wales.
- Cornish was recognised by the UK government as an official minority language in 2002 and it received government funding in 2005.
- Although the Bank of England is the nationalised bank for the UK Government, its banknotes are not legal tender in Scotland.
- In 1997 the people of Scotland voted to create a new devolved Scottish Parliament, subsequently established by the UK government under the Scotland Act 1998.
- However, the UK government is not known to be considering any form of devolution to Cornwall.
- In June 2003 the UK Government announced its intention to abolish the post of Lord Chancellor; the new speaker of the House of Lords will not be a minister.
- The UK rebate is a rebate on the United Kingdom 's contribution to the EU budget paid back to the UK government by the European Union.
- The Cornish language has been recognised as a minority language by the UK government under the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages.
- The UK government has ratified the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages in respect of Gaelic.
- The UK government has ratified the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages in respect of Welsh.
- In the House of Commons - the lower house of the UK government - Wales is represented by 40 MPs (of 646) from Welsh constituencies.
- Executive power is exercised by the UK government and the devolved government of Scotland and Executives of Wales and Northern Ireland.
- England has no national parliament or government; it is ruled directly by the UK government.
- Minority Languages
- Welsh Assembly Government
- Government Funding
- Lower House
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