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The grave of an 18th century 'feral' boy has been Grade II listed by Heritage Minister Ed Vaizey
Independent research suggests broadband grows businesses and creates jobs.
V-Day flash mob at Southbank Centre raises awareness.
A draft that illustrates how a Royal Charter alternative might work.
Submit your views to the Public Bill Committee.
Ed Vaizey places temporary export bar on eighteenth century artwork.
DCMS appoints David Hendon.
Unusual 18th century paintings could leave the UK.
Today Arts Council England and VisitEngland joined together in a cultural tourism-boosting partnership.
Exploding the myths and setting out what the Bill really means.
Items from Lucian Freud's estate retained under Acceptance in Lieu scheme.
Jo Swinson meets Durham companies as part of regional roadshow.
February marks the annual celebration of LGBT History Month.
Mobile network operators agree on scheme financing.
Ministers meet with campaigners with a focus on promoting the role of women in economic growth
Tens of thousands of companies can promote their Olympics and Paralympics involvement to help drive growth for Britain.
Government commitment to open up marriage to same-sex couples makes important progress.
London museums will continue to be sponsored directly by government.
Olympic medallist Louis Smith's gymnastics club among hundreds of sports groups receiving Sport England investment.
Ed Vaizey attends inaugural meeting in Norwich to ensure smooth delivery of the country's broadband scheme.
Paying millions of pounds to be broadcast on satellite is not 'fair or equitable'.
Hugh Robertson kicks off the recruitment process for new leaders.
Ed Vaizey launches nationwide contest.
Arts Council and LGA publish principles for community libraries.
Sport England invites local projects getting more people into sport to bid for funding.
We're seeking your views as we publish our response to Select Committee report on gambling.
New board and budget mark a new era.
Important medieval panel painting could leave UK.
Village halls, schools, community centres and pubs among those due to benefit under new rules.
City of Culture 2013 celebrates