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Friday 22nd June 2012 | 20:07
Prime minister David Cameron is expected to make a speech on welfare during a visit to Kent. (12:30)
Culture secretary Jeremy Hunt attends the annual reception of the All-Party Parliamentary Media Group hosted by Channel 4. (19:00)
Universities and science minister David Willetts speaks at the QAA annual conference held in association with Times Higher Education.
The Department of Health and NHS medical director Sir Bruce Keogh announce that from this summer, junior doctors are to spend a minimum of four working days shadowing the job that they will be taking up. http://bit.ly/NBzrLT
Local transport minister Norman Baker attends the opening of a new £1m mile-long cycleway along the A27 in East Sussex.
Further education minister John Hayes addresses a Politeia event on further education policy. (18:30)
Chair of the international development select committee Malcolm Bruce MP is among speakers at an Overseas Development Institute event looking at EU development funding.
The Leveson Inquiry resumes. Employment minister Norman Lamb and former Conservative MP David Mellor give evidence.
Burmese democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi continues her UK visit making an address at the British Council.
Mayor of London Boris Johnson is joined by London Assembly chair Jeanette Arnold, representatives of the Metropolitan Police Service, the London Fire Brigade and Transport for London, and officers representing the Army, Royal Navy, Royal Air Force to sign a Community Covenant for London.
The Institute for Government hosts an event with the chief information officer Andy Nelson on the future of government ICT. (12:30)
More than 55,000 PCS members at HMRC strike over cuts to the service that the union says will undermine its ability to clamp down on tax evasion.
Scilly Islanders are suffering from the adverse impacts of isolation, due to the lack of an affordable ferry service to the mainland, writes Lord Berkeley in an article for Central Lobby. http://bit.ly/LV3oYl
It seems a real shame that just as the Sector Skills Councils and many employers were building up a bank of knowledge and experience on women's training that it could be lost, writes Baroness Prosser in an article for Central Lobby. http://bit.ly/MlUsZC