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Trace your family history

You can use the Census to help trace your family tree. Read on for tips on where to start

Using the census to trace your familySix months to go to the 2011 Census

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Olympic volunteers

Olympic volunteersOlympic volunteers

70,000 volunteers are needed to help make the Olympic Games happen in 2012

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Minimum wage rates

National Minimum WageNational Minimum Wage

From 1 October, new rates and entitlements are being introduced to the National Minimum Wage.

The new rates in full

Fines for silent calls

Fines for silent call pestsFines for silent call pests

Firms which pester consumers with silent calls will be fined up to £2m

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How the internet has changed the UK

Changing BritainChanging Britain

The Office for National Statistics looks at how the internet is changing Britain. It covers the 'digital divide', social networking, education and work and e-Government

Warning on scam clothing collections

Scam clothing collectionsScam clothing collections

The Charity Commission warns that - while most clothes collections are genuine - many are run by fraudsters or by private companies for profit. Read on for advice

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