9 February 2024
The UK Government is fighting against the organised criminals involved in the breeding, transporting and selling of dogs.
Pasteis Lisboa is a recipient of the British Business Bank’s Start Up Loans programme
The UK Government is investing more than £260 million into North East Scotland to create new high-quality jobs, and improve the lives of the region's 487,000 people.
The Pretty Wild Flower Co. is a recipient of a £20,000 loan through the British Business Bank’s Start Up Loans programme.
The UK Government is investing more than £915 million into the Glasgow City Region as part of levelling up right across the country.
UK Government funding has supported pitches in Inverness and Tranent to level up access to grassroots sport.
The Blue Planet Fund is the UK Government’s £500 million programme supporting developing countries to protect the marine environment and reduce poverty.
The UK Government is supporting young people to uncover the turbulent past of the 12 Towers of Rule in the Scottish Borders.
The UK Government is helping to bring Clydesdale horses back to Glasgow's Pollok Country Park by investing in the stables and sawmill.
The UK Government is investing in the refurbishment of Bught Park in Inverness, the national home of shinty.
The UK Government is supporting the transformation of Granton gasholder as part of wider plans to fully regenerate the waterfront.
The UK Government is levelling up in Oban with support for a Seaweed Academy to grow Scotland's seaweed industry.
The UK Government is investing in drone technology to help connect communities across Argyll and Bute.
The UK's remotest pub, the Old Forge in Knoydart, is now owned and run by the local community.
The UK Government is supporting the development of new sustainable batteries and fuel cells at the University of St Andrews.
The UK Government's economic response protected jobs and businesses across Scotland during the coronavirus pandemic.
The UK is protecting endangered plant life, fish and marine animals across the planet with its Blue Belt initiative.
An onion-based project in Edinburgh is at the heart of protecting biodiversity in Tajikistan and around the world.
The UK is using its global influence to protect wildlife and habitats from climate change.