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05 July 2005

Fenland fruit farm set to draw tourists
seen at 22:37, 5 July in Department for Environment, Food And Rural Affairs News - national (Our copy).
A Fenland fruit farm is aiming to grow into a tourist attraction after receiving help from the Rural Development Service (RDS).   
PM hails private sector as 'engine for growth in Africa'
seen at 22:23, 5 July in Number 10 » News Stories (Our copy).
Tony Blair has recognised the 'critical role' to be played by industry in combating poverty.
Olympic legacy can last for generation - PM
seen at 22:23, 5 July in Number 10 » News Stories (Our copy).
The Prime Minister has been in Singapore meeting with IOC representatives ahead of the 2012 decision.
Electronic Service Delivery 2004 - Progress Report by Scottish Local Authorities
seen at 19:25, 5 July in The Scottish Government Publications - Latest (Our copy).
This document provides information on the progress that local authorities have made towards the 2005 Electronic Service Delivery Targets.
That's reassuring: new campaign to promote neighbourhood wardens
seen at 19:13, 5 July in Office of the Deputy Prime Minister News - national (Our copy).
A national recruitment drive, launched this week, shows how neighbourhood wardens can have a positive impact on local communities.   
Back pain message for staffordshire farmers
seen at 19:06, 5 July in Health and Safety Executive News - national (Our copy).
Go to any farmers' mart or auction and just look around you for a few seconds - in that short time it is certain that you will see quite a number of farmers walking hunched over or with the aid of a stick or crook...
Back pain message for worcestershire farmers
seen at 19:06, 5 July in Health and Safety Executive News - national (Our copy).
Go to any farmers' mart or auction and just look around you for a few seconds - in that short time it is certain that you will see quite a number of farmers walking hunched over or with the aid of a stick or crook...
Back pain message for warwickshire farmers
seen at 19:06, 5 July in Health and Safety Executive News - national (Our copy).
Go to any farmers' mart or auction and just look around you for a few seconds - in that short time it is certain that you will see quite a number of farmers walking hunched over or with the aid of a stick or crook...
Back pain message for herefordshire farmers
seen at 19:06, 5 July in Health and Safety Executive News - national (Our copy).
Go to any farmers' mart or auction and just look around you for a few seconds - in that short time it is certain that you will see quite a number of farmers walking hunched over or with the aid of a stick or crook...
Highways agency lifts m27 roadworks to ease congestion for concert goers
seen at 19:03, 5 July in Highways Agency News - national (Our copy).
The Highways Agency will suspend roadworks for one night on the bridge at Junction 7 on the M27 at Hedge End, near Southampton to help ease any congestion as roadusers make their way to and from an Oasis Concert...
M11 southbound closed between j12 and j11 for overnight resurfacing
seen at 19:03, 5 July in Highways Agency News - national (Our copy).
Overnight resurfacing work will close the M11 southbound between J12 and J11 for six nights, from tonight (Tuesday 5 July) until the morning of Wednesday 13 July.   
Overnight resurfacing to provide quieter & safer travel on a435 studley, warwickshire
seen at 19:03, 5 July in Highways Agency News - national (Our copy).
Resurfacing to provide a safer surface for the A435 Studley will start at 8.00pm on Monday 11 July and is due to be completed by 6.00am on Saturday 16 July.   
Belted beauty moth is at home in lancashire with help from countryside stewardship scheme
seen at 18:46, 5 July in Department for Environment, Food And Rural Affairs News - national (Our copy).
National Moth Night, 9 July 2005   
North west companies urged - apply now for a queen's award!
seen at 18:38, 5 July in Department of Trade and Industry News - national (Our copy).
Representatives of The Queen's Awards Office will be in Haydock on Friday, July 15, to urge North West companies to apply for a prestigious Queen's Award for Enterprise - described by one previous winner as being...
Haggis
seen at 18:29, 5 July in Downing Street Says (Our copy).
Asked if the Prime Minister was looking forward to eating haggis at the G8 summit in Scotland, the PMS said she was not aware that haggis was actually on the menu. Asked what the Prime Minister thought of British...
President Chirac
seen at 18:29, 5 July in Downing Street Says (Our copy).
Asked to characterise the state of Anglo-French relations given President Chirac's comments about British cuisine, the PMS said that they were the same as they had been yesterday. We continued to have good relations...
Tax Credits
seen at 18:29, 5 July in Downing Street Says (Our copy).
Asked if the Government was content to leave the current Tax Credits system as it was, the PMS said she wasn't aware of any plans to change it and referred journalists to the Treasury....
ID Cards
seen at 18:29, 5 July in Downing Street Says (Our copy).
Asked if the Prime Minister agreed with other members of the Government that one of the authors of the LSE report on ID cards was so partial that it renders the report worthless, the Prime Minister's Spokesman (...
FOI Timing
seen at 18:29, 5 July in Downing Street Says (Our copy).
Asked if the Government was still happy that the drugs report that was released at 1745 on Friday was released in "the right way", the (PMS) said that the reports released were Freedom of Information announcements...
Morning press briefing from 5 July 2005
seen at 18:29, 5 July in Number 10 » News Stories (Our copy).
Briefing from the Prime Minister's Spokesman on: ID Cards, Tax Credits, President Chirac and Haggis.
Afternoon press briefing from 5 July 2005
seen at 18:29, 5 July in Number 10 » News Stories (Our copy).
Briefing from the Prime Minister's Spokesman on: FOI Timing.
Consultation on Cross Border Student Flows: Higher Education Tuition Fee Levels - Responses to the Consultation
seen at 16:29, 5 July in The Scottish Government Publications - Latest (Our copy).
Consultation responses recieved on Cross Border Student Flows; Higher Education Tuition Fees
That's reassuring: new campaign to promote neighbourhood wardens
seen at 16:28, 5 July in Office of the Deputy Prime Minister News - national (Our copy).
A national recruitment drive, launched this week, shows how neighbourhood wardens can have a positive impact on local communities.   
That's reassuring: neighbourhood wardens success supported by recruitment drive in london
seen at 16:28, 5 July in Office of the Deputy Prime Minister News - national (Our copy).
A national recruitment drive, launched this week, shows how neighbourhood wardens can have a positive impact on local communities.   
That's reassuring: new campaign to promote neighbourhood wardens
seen at 16:28, 5 July in Office of the Deputy Prime Minister News - national (Our copy).
A national recruitment drive, launched this week, shows how neighbourhood wardens can have a positive impact on local communities.   
Army commanders to get new high-tech battlefield network
seen at 16:27, 5 July in Ministry of Defence News - national (Our copy).
A high-tech British company has been put in pole position to win a £180M contract for a new air-portable communications network for the Army.   
Are you brave enough for the commando challenge?
seen at 16:27, 5 July in Ministry of Defence News - national (Our copy).
Adventurous types with a head for heights can test their mettle with a Royal Marines physical challenge at Blackpool Airshow this weekend.   
Merseyside youth to learn secret of running 62 miles at a stretch
seen at 16:27, 5 July in Ministry of Defence News - national (Our copy).
The Royal Marines is sending one of its most extraordinary athletes to inspire young people attending The Mersey Youth Games this weekend (July 9-10).   
Lancashire's finest to share secret of running 62 miles at a stretch
seen at 16:27, 5 July in Ministry of Defence News - national (Our copy).
The Royal Marines is sending one of its most extraordinary athletes to inspire young people attending The Mersey Youth Games this weekend (July 9-10) - Corporal Brian Cole from Darwen.   
Back pain message for cheshire farmers
seen at 16:27, 5 July in Health and Safety Executive News - national (Our copy).
Go to any farmers' mart or auction and just look around you for a few seconds - in that short time it is certain that you will see quite a number of farmers walking hunched over or with the aid of a stick or crook...
Back pain message for cumbrian farmers
seen at 16:27, 5 July in Health and Safety Executive News - national (Our copy).
Go to any farmers' mart or auction and just look around you for a few seconds - in that short time it is certain that you will see quite a number of farmers walking hunched over or with the aid of a stick or crook...
Back pain message for lancashire farmers
seen at 16:27, 5 July in Health and Safety Executive News - national (Our copy).
Go to any farmers' mart or auction and just look around you for a few seconds - in that short time it is certain that you will see quite a number of farmers walking hunched over or with the aid of a stick or crook...
Back pain message for north west farmers
seen at 16:27, 5 July in Health and Safety Executive News - national (Our copy).
Go to any farmers' mart or auction and just look around you for a few seconds - in that short time it is certain that you will see quite a number of farmers walking hunched over or with the aid of a stick or crook...
Better backs message lands at manchester airport
seen at 16:27, 5 July in Health and Safety Executive News - national (Our copy).
Nearly 1,500 workers in Greater Manchester - an average approaching 30 each week - reported injuries to the back or spine last year (2003-04).   
Back pain message for shropshire farmers
seen at 16:27, 5 July in Health and Safety Executive News - national (Our copy).
Go to any farmers' mart or auction and just look around you for a few seconds - in that short time it is certain that you will see quite a number of farmers walking hunched over or with the aid of a stick or crook...
Fenland film festival showcases local dancers and skateboarders
seen at 16:25, 5 July in Department for Environment, Food And Rural Affairs News - national (Our copy).
A new film festival featuring young dancers and skateboarders will be held in March and Whittlesey this summer with help from Defra.   
Chief executive of nhs blood and transplant appointed
seen at 16:25, 5 July in Department of Health News - national (Our copy).
Martin Gorham OBE will be the first Chief Executive of the new NHS Blood and Transplant (NHSBT) announced Health Minister Rosie Winterton today.   
Consultation on Cross Border Student Flows: Higher Tuition Fee Levels - Responses to the Consultation
seen at 14:29, 5 July in The Scottish Government Publications - Latest (Our copy).
Consultation responses recieved on Cross Border Student Flows; Higher Education Tuition Fees
Oft would be natural home for new consumer agency
seen at 14:28, 5 July in Office of Fair Trading News - national (Our copy).
Companion document to Government consultation published   
Debt management trade body completes first stage of oft consumer codes approval scheme
seen at 14:28, 5 July in Office of Fair Trading News - national (Our copy).
The Debt Managers Standards Association (DEMSA) has become the first debt management trade association to successfully complete Stage One of the OFT's Consumer Codes Approval Scheme (CCAS), which aims to promote...
Oft refuses credit licence to burnley fireplace trader
seen at 14:28, 5 July in Office of Fair Trading News - national (Our copy).
A fireplace and heating trader from Burnley has had its application for a credit licence refused by the OFT.   
Time to celebrate trailblazers in local government
seen at 14:28, 5 July in Office of the Deputy Prime Minister News - national (Our copy).
Local authorities providing excellent services could be rewarded with a share of £3 million.   
Miliband calls for shared agenda
seen at 14:28, 5 July in Office of the Deputy Prime Minister News - national (Our copy).
Central and local government must make a strong commitment to a shared agenda which really delivers for local people, David Miliband will say at this week's Local Government Association (LGA) Conference.   
That's reassuring: new campaign to promote neighbourhood wardens
seen at 14:28, 5 July in Office of the Deputy Prime Minister News - national (Our copy).
A national recruitment drive has been launched to show how neighbourhood wardens can have a positive impact on local communities.   
That's reassuring: new campaign to promote neighbourhood wardens
seen at 14:28, 5 July in Office of the Deputy Prime Minister News - national (Our copy).
Case studies of neighbourhood wardens are available from the National Warden Network on www.nationalwardens.org.uk   
That's reassuring: new campaign to promote neighbourhood wardens
seen at 14:28, 5 July in Office of the Deputy Prime Minister News - national (Our copy).
A national recruitment drive, launched this week, shows how neighbourhood wardens can have a positive impact on local communities.   
That's reassuring: new campaign to promote neighbourhood wardens
seen at 14:28, 5 July in Office of the Deputy Prime Minister News - national (Our copy).
A national recruitment drive, launched this week, shows how neighbourhood wardens can have a positive impact on local communities.   
Ministry of defence announces preferred bidder for regional prime contract (east)
seen at 14:28, 5 July in Ministry of Defence News - national (Our copy).
Defence Estates today announced that Babcock Dyncorp has been selected as the MOD's Preferred Bidder for its' Regional Prime Contract (East). Babcock Dyncorp - a Joint Venture comprising Babcock Infrastructure and...
Hse issues back pain message to scottish farmers
seen at 14:28, 5 July in Health and Safety Executive News - national (Our copy).
Go to any farmers' mart or auction and just look around you for a few seconds - in that short time it is certain that you will see quite a number of farmers walking hunched over or with the aid of a stick or crook...
Back pain message for south west farmers
seen at 14:28, 5 July in Health and Safety Executive News - national (Our copy).
Go to any farmers' mart or auction and just look around you for a few seconds - in that short time it is certain that you will see quite a number of farmers walking hunched over or with the aid of a stick or crook...
Back pain message for welsh farmers
seen at 14:28, 5 July in Health and Safety Executive News - national (Our copy).
Go to any farmers' mart or auction and just look around you for a few seconds - in that short time it is certain that you will see quite a number of farmers walking hunched over or with the aid of a stick or crook...
Preferred route announced for a46 newark to widmerpool dualling improvement
seen at 14:27, 5 July in Highways Agency News - national (Our copy).
The preferred route for the dualling of the A46, which will improve safety and reduce congestion between Newark and Widmerpool, Nottinghamshire, was announced today by the Minister of State for Transport, Dr Stephen...
Resurfacing and environmental improvements to provide safer travel on the a5 at cannock
seen at 14:27, 5 July in Highways Agency News - national (Our copy).
PLANS ON SHOW TO PUBLIC - TUESDAY 12 JULY   
A fairer deal for legal aid
seen at 14:26, 5 July in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - national (Our copy).
A radical shake-up of the legal aid system was announced today by the Secretary of State for Constitutional Affairs and Lord Chancellor, Lord Falconer.   
Watch out for night and day flying creatures
seen at 14:25, 5 July in Department for Environment, Food And Rural Affairs News - national (Our copy).
NATIONAL MOTH NIGHT AND DAY 9 JULY   
New hands-on publication from csip aims to improve care for older people with mental health needs
seen at 14:25, 5 July in Department of Health News - national (Our copy).
Today sees the launch of a practical leaflet which aims to improve services for older people with mental health needs, especially those who are in receipt of care or who are inpatients in hospital.   
New agency will help consumers and cut down on red tape
seen at 14:25, 5 July in Department of Trade and Industry News - national (Our copy).
Plans for a new body to protect consumers, give advice to businesses and cut red tape were unveiled by Consumer Minister Gerry Sutcliffe today.   
Improvements to enforcement at child support agency
seen at 14:25, 5 July in Department for Work and Pensions News - national (Our copy).
Work and Pensions Minister Lord Hunt today acknowledged the amount of work the Child Support Agency needs to do to gain the trust of its clients.   
Asset ownership central to long term poverty solutions, says blunkett
seen at 14:24, 5 July in Department for Work and Pensions News - national (Our copy).
Tackling the growing assets divide is crucial to ensure future generations are removed from, rather than managed in, poverty, David Blunkett said today.   
Csa watchdog says the agency has not done enough to place parents at the heart of its activities, with delay and negligence persisting
seen at 14:24, 5 July in Department for Work and Pensions News - national (Our copy).
The Child Support Agency's failure to place parents at the heart of its activities is highlighted in the Independent Case Examiner's 2004/2005 Annual Report launched today at Richmond House, Whitehall.   
Ashby castle cooks up a treat for national archaeology week
seen at 14:24, 5 July in News from English Heritage - national (Our copy).
FREE ENTRY SUNDAY 17 JULY 2005 -   
Finance and Central Services Department (FCSD) Departmental Business Delivery Plan 2005 -06
seen at 11:29, 5 July in The Scottish Government Publications - Latest (Our copy).
2005-06 Business Plan for Finance and Central Services Department
SEED Sponsored Research: Children starting school in Scotland
seen at 11:29, 5 July in The Scottish Government Publications - Latest (Our copy).
A web only SEED Spronsored Research report
Day-fliers top priority for nationwide moth watch
seen at 11:25, 5 July in Department for Environment, Food And Rural Affairs News - national (Our copy).
People all over the UK will go out in search of flying moths to mark National Moth Night and Day on Saturday, 9 July, as part of the nation's largest survey of moth species.   
Department of health response to healthcare commission report into foundation trusts
seen at 11:25, 5 July in Department of Health News - national (Our copy).
Health Secretary Patricia Hewitt said today:   
Uk official holdings of international reserves
seen at 10:29, 5 July in Treasury News - national (Our copy).
Part I: UK Government Foreign Currency Assets and Liabilities - June 2005   
Haulage company fined 100,000 after forklift driver death
seen at 10:28, 5 July in Health and Safety Executive News - national (Our copy).
Pall-Ex (UK) Ltd, a Leicester company, were fined a total of £100,000 by Nottingham Crown Court on 30 June 2005 after a driver was killed when his forklift truck fell on him.   
2003 environmental protection expenditure by uk industry
seen at 10:25, 5 July in Department for Environment, Food And Rural Affairs News - national (Our copy).
STATISTICAL RELEASE   
New safeguards for vulnerable people who lack capacity
seen at 10:25, 5 July in Department of Health News - national (Our copy).
£6.5 million committed to develop new role of independent advocates   
Economy: Corporate Profitability
seen at 10:24, 5 July in Latest UK National Statistics releases (Our copy).
13.3% in Q1 2005
President Chirac
seen at 10:24, 5 July in Downing Street Says (Our copy).
Asked for any reaction to President Chirac's recent comments that the only thing we had given to European agriculture was Mad Cow Disease, the PMS said there were some things better not to be commented on....
G8
seen at 10:24, 5 July in Downing Street Says (Our copy).
Asked why the Prime Minister had not mentioned the G8 today, considering Live 8 had just occurred, and was this a "slap in the face" the PMS said the Prime Minister had spent a lot of time over the past...
Afternoon press briefing from 4 July 2005
seen at 10:23, 5 July in Number 10 » News Stories (Our copy).
Briefing from the Prime Minister's Spokesman on: G8 and President Chirac.
Public Expenditure
seen at 09:23, 5 July in Written Ministerial Statements (Our copy).
The Treasury will publish the 2004–05 "Public Expenditure Provisional Outturn" White Paper on Wednesday 20 July.The White Paper is an annual report to Parliament on the provisional outturn for public expenditure...
BP Decarbonised Fuel Project (Scotland)
seen at 09:23, 5 July in Written Ministerial Statements (Our copy).
The cleaner use of fossil fuels, including CO 2 capture and storage and hydrogen, offer important options for the future UK and international sustainable energy mix. The project announced by BP and its partners ...
PM hails private sector as 'engine for growth in Africa'
seen at 09:23, 5 July in Number 10 » News Stories (Our copy).
Tony Blair will today recognise the 'critical role' to be played by industry in combating poverty. The Prime Minister will look ahead to the G8 summit and highlight the role business needs to play in Africa's future.
Olympic legacy can last for generation - PM
seen at 09:23, 5 July in Number 10 » News Stories (Our copy).
The Prime Minister has been in Singapore meeting with IOC representatives ahead of the 2012 decision tomorrow. In a press conference this morning he said: "The spirit of London 2012 will be the best spirit of the Olympic movement"
Survey gives detailed picture of employment in britain
seen at 02:24, 5 July in Department of Trade and Industry News - national (Our copy).
A sweeping change in the way that employees balance work and family responsibilities is revealed today with the publication of one of the most comprehensive studies of the British workplace.