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Top stories

  • David Willetts and the British Antarctic Survey team in Antarctica

    The science of Antarctica

    2 Mar 2012

    Universities and Science Minister David Willetts saw how British scientists are contributing to the truly international effort to help adapt to climate change when he visited the British Antarctic Survey's base at Rothera in Antarctica.

  • Ship in port at night time

    Trading abroad will help boost UK business

    2 Mar 2012

    Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) are being urged to take advantage of the opportunities available to them to get trading and look at potential new markets abroad.

  • UK trade and growth: One year on

    28 Feb 2012

    A year on from the launch of its trade strategy, the UK is seeing progress in developing exports and foreign investment.

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Speeches

  • John Hayes

    Prince's Foundation Apprenticeship Awards

    29 Feb 2012, Prince's Foundation, Shoreditch

    John Hayes announces the introduction of a new set of awards for craft skills at the Prince's Foundation Apprenticeship Awards, and outlines plans for a new Craft Apprenticeship for the academic year 2013-14.

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Press releases

  • Trading abroad will help boost UK business

    2 Mar 2012

    Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) are being urged to take advantage of the opportunities available to them to get trading and look at potential new markets abroad.

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