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6 Mar 2020
The British government has spent about 70% of the funds allocated to cover the cost of Brexit preparations. The money mostly went to cover staff costs, new infrastructure and gathering external expertise.
2 Dec 2017
Britain’s main cyber security agency is set to write to British government departments warning about the use of anti-virus software from Russian companies, it's the latest in a series of moves targeting Moscow-based security software maker Kaspersky Lab.
30 Sep 2017
2019 Elections - British government CSOs seek strengthening of security and judicial system.
27 Jul 2017
British High Commissioner, Paul Arkwright has expressed the readiness of the British government to invest in Nigeria's oil and gas Industry, urging the Nigerian government to organise an oil and gas road show in London.
28 Feb 2017
Scotland's first minister, Nicola Sturgeon warns the "sheer intransigence" of the British government over its handling of its exit from the European Union could drive her country into a second bid for independence.
31 Jan 2017
A parliamentary debate on the British government's plan to leave the European Union begins in Westminster.

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