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The government's post-Brexit plans to stop "low-skilled workers" from entering the UK has been described as "disastrous for the hospitality sector". The Home Office has ... More
The Rugby Football League (RFL) has been awarded £660,000 from the Youth Endowment Fund to launch and evaluate Inspiring Futures – an initiative aiming to ... More
A total of 49 projects which are using sport and physical activity to tackle serious violence and knife crime this summer will share £400,000 worth ... More
Sports should be harnessed to help tackle knife crime and gang violence, according to a report by the DCMS Select Committee. In its Changing Lives: ... More
US fitness brand Peloton has launched into the UK, marking the occasion with a three-week pop-up store – dubbed 'Peloton House' – in London's Covent ... More
Infuse and envelop your home with VOYA’s luxury therapeutic lifestyle range. Through a rich variety of diffusers, refills and candles, VOYA offer luxurious natural scents ... More
Sport and physical activity participation targets for the next three years will be published by Sport England in April, according to Sporting Future’s first annual ... More
Britain’s new Prime Minister Theresa May has made a bold reshuffle to the cabinet, with a number of high-profile changes likely to affect the leisure ... More
Britain, as a nation, will be transformed by its decision to leave the European Union, but what will "Brexit's" impact be on sport? One obvious ... More
The Welsh Conservative Party has sent a formal letter to sports minister Tracey Crouch to request the devolution of responsibility for sports ground safety management ... More
British landmarks Giant’s Causeway, Hadrian’s Wall and Kensington Palace are among 101 points of interest to be given Chinese names as VisitBritain continues its concerted ... More
The British government has launched an independent review of architecture and the built environment with aims to better shape policy to achieve high quality design. ... More
A luxury hotel in set to open in Metro Manila, Philippines this month as part of the four-tower Entrata Urban Leisure Complex in the Filinvest ... More
The European Tour Operators Association (ETOA) has expressed its disappointment that the UK government has chosen not to name a new minister solely responsible for ... More
Dame Helen Ghosh has announced she is to step down as permanent secretary at the Home Office to become the new director general of the ... More
Image: The new guide has been designed for parents A new guide launched by non-profit organisation Media Smart to help parents educate their children about ... More
Image: Concerns exist over border control plans Tourism Alliance chair Brigid Simmonds has expressed concern that strike action and the axing of border control jobs ... More
Image: Breare (left) conceived the concept in 2010 Snoozebox, the UK-based portable hotel and temporary accommodation concept, has begun trading on the London Stock Exchange's ... More
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New legislation featuring a number of technical changes to the London Olympic Games and Paralympic Games Act 2006 has been introduced into Parliament. The Department ... More
UK companies will find it increasingly hard to recruit non-EU immigrants as fitness instructors, sports coaches, spa managers and fast food chefs. A review of ... More
The government has unveiled plans to prohibit licensed retailers from selling alcohol below the rate of duty and VAT in England and Wales. According to ... More
Pubs could be allowed to stay open until 1am on 29 and 30 April in order to celebrate the Royal Wedding under new plans revealed ... More
Policing minister Nick Herbert has told Parliament that the 2012 Olympic security budget has been "prioritised" in the Home Office's police funding settlement. In a ... More
Home Secretary Theresa May has confirmed that the number of non-European Union (EU) workers permitted to enter the UK will be limited. The annual limit ... More
A number of UK hospitality groups have teamed up as part of a joint submission to the Home Office in response to planned changes to ... More
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