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Since Parliament has reconvened there has been a massive increase in video production at a national and a local government level.
Latest on UK response to climate change – Catch up with the major speeches on weekend 2.
Offchan has devoted a special channel to all Government iniatives, both national and local on issues affecting climate change.
Check out the latest Government advice on the Coronavirus outbreak.
Last week was National Apprentice Week watch the experiences of apprentices across the country.
The Northern Ireland executive are making renewed use of video following Stormont back in session.
The Ministerial Department of International Trade have issued advice on exporting
An Arts Council strategy for the next decade – watch all the latest news and info here.
Ofsted have released several videos dealing with differing aspects of the reporting process.
Chif Medical Officer for England – Update on CoronaVirus
Watch more of the UK’s commitment to invest into the African continent.
Staffordshire council are the next local authority to be featured on offchan
Remember all UK local government videos can be accessed in one place at offchan.com
The Royal Mint continues to make the headlines with their latest pressings featuring legends of rock.
The three devolved administrations in the UK are also regular contributors.
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- Primeminister’s Office You will find the latest videos from 10 Downing Street
- Parliament present many videos both from the House of Commons and the House of Lords
- Ministerial Departments are under the control of senior members of the cabinet. They include the Attorney General’s Office, The Cabinet Office, Departments of Business Energy and Industrial Strategy, Culture media and Sport, Education, Environment Food and Rural Affairs, International Development, and Trade, Transport, Work and Pensions, Health and Social Care, , the Treasury, Home Office and Ministry of Defence.
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- Devolved Administrations UK Government Department videos from the Northern Ireland Executive, The Scottish Government, and the Welsh Government.
- Local Government Productions from metropolitan authorities, county councils, and boroughs in England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland.
- The BBC – offchan provides a link to the BBC.
- Channel 4 you can watch he latest news from Channel 4 on their external site.
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