- Covid: About 40 universities report coronavirus cases September 28, 2020But students are assured they will be able to return home for Christmas holidays.
- Coronavirus: Consider pausing university return, says Labour September 27, 2020The party also calls for a guarantee from ministers that students will be allowed home at Christmas.
- Covid: About 40 universities report coronavirus cases September 28, 2020
- Meeting of the Withdrawal Agreement Joint Committee on 28 September September 28, 2020The Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster co-chaired a meeting of the Withdrawal Agreement Joint Committee on 28 September in Brussels.
- Letters to businesses in Northern Ireland about new processes for moving goods from 1 January 2021 September 28, 2020HMRC letters to VAT-registered businesses in Northern Ireland highlighting actions they need to take to prepare for new processes for moving goods under the Northern Ireland Protocol from 1 January 2021.
- Meeting of the Withdrawal Agreement Joint Committee on 28 September September 28, 2020
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Worcestershire Association of Governors (WAG) is pleased to invite you to join us on July 6 at the Sixways Stadium, Worcester, for the free to attend MAT: Question Time event incorporating the 2016 Annual General Meeting. Click the banner below … Continue reading
At last the ‘penny drops’, any ardent TV viewer and follower of WAG’s campaign will be pleased to see that with F40 group prodding and the lead from some Worcestershire MP’s at last the ‘elephants in the room’ are being … Continue reading
Myth: There is a minimum classroom temperature. Fact: There is no prescribed minimum temperature for workplaces in health and safety legislation, but the temperature should normally be at least 16°C or 13°C if much of the work is physical. For … Continue reading
Growth Update 2012 -Last week’s ‘disappointing’ growth figures came at the same time as the Treasury extended its grip on public spending and further debate took off about youth unemployment. It continues to provide a difficult backcloth for the world of education … Continue reading