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Answering your military history questions on Twitter

Our military specialist William Spencer will be taking your questions on Twitter from 15:30 to 16:30 on Tuesday 10 February 2015. William can help you...

Tags: family history, military history

Kindertransport records go online have released records from The National Archives relating to the Kindertransport refugee programme. Online for the first time, for...

Tags: digitised, findmypast, Kindertransport, second world war

Irish Poverty Relief Loan records available online

Findmypast has digitised and is publishing the Poverty Relief Loans records from The National Archives online in full for the first time. The Irish...

Tags: digitised, findmypast, irish reproductive loan fund

Diversity Week at The National Archives

We are holding a Diversity Week from 26-30 January, to highlight ongoing work across the organisation on the representation of diverse histories. This...

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@UKNatArchives has 50,000 followers

Yesterday evening we saw our Twitter follower count reach 50,000. We use our Twitter account @UKNatArchives to share news, let you know about newly...

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Second phase in moving towards 20-year rule

On 1 January 2015, the second phase of the government’s move towards releasing records selected for permanent preservation when they are 20 years...

Tags: 20 year rule, ministry of justice, parliament, training

Document release

Newly released files from 1985 and 1986

Today we have released files from 1985 and 1986, including papers from the Prime Minister's Office and the Cabinet Office. Highlights from the files The...

Tags: 1985, 1986, cabinet office, file release, prime minister's office, thatcher

Help shape our upcoming Shakespeare events

We are looking to mark the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death in 2016 with a special programme of events. We hold nearly half of the known Shakespeare...

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AHRC launches online design gallery

A new online gallery, researched and presented by Julie Halls from Advice and Records Knowledge, has been published on the Arts and Humanities Research...

Tags: ahrc, awn pugin, board of trade, copyright, registered designs, william morris

Latest batch of archives accredited

The UK Archive Service Accreditation Committee is pleased to announce that the following archive services have recently been awarded accredited status.

Tags: accreditation, archive service accreditation

New Memorandum of Understanding with Research Libraries UK

We have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Research Libraries UK (RLUK) which sets out the role of both organisations and how we will work together...

Tags: libraries, memorandum of understanding, research libraries uk, rluk

A Year in Archives 2013-14 published

We have brought together some of the highlights of the past year in archives in the publication below. 2013/2014 has been a year full of diverse...

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Previous document releases

Read more about files we've released in previous years.