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[17 Mar 2016]
UK government announces £520m 'sugar tax'
The UK government has announced plans to introduce a surprise £520m levy on sugary drinks to tackle the country's burgeoning obesity problem.
[09 Mar 2016]
Andy Reed to lead County Sports Partnerships review
Andy Reed – the former MP for Loughborough – has been assigned to lead the review into the role played by County Sports Partnerships (CSP) as called for in the government’s sport strategy.
[24 Feb 2016]
Fspa Position paper on the Gov-UK public consultation regarding geo-blocking and other geographically-based restrictions when shopping and accessing information in the EU
We support the objective of the Digital Single Market to give better access to goods and services online across Europe by removing unjustified barriers and by increasing the confidence of consumers and businesses when they buy or sell cross-border in the single market.
[08 Feb 2016]
Lord’s set to host the 2017 ICC Women’s World Cup final
Lord’s Cricket Ground will host the final of the 2017 Women’s ICC World Cup as one of the five venues for the tournament.
[29 Jan 2016]
FA to encourage female and disabled participation with £1.5m fund
Grassroots clubs for women and girls, disabled players and over-14 males will be eligible to bid for a portion of a £1.5m (US$2.1m, €2m) fund created by the Football Association (FA).
[21 Jan 2016]
FA gathers pitch data to find areas of under-provision
The Football Association (FA) has requested pitch information from its affiliated clubs to discover areas of under-investment and playing spaces threatened by outside developments.
[14 Jan 2016]
Children and Young People’s Sporting Future - Following up on the Governments Sporting Future A new Strategy for an Active Nation
One of the big challenges to come from Government’s new strategy reflects something that the FSPA asked for in our consultation response – Sport England’s remit starts at age 5.
[14 Jan 2016]
Sue Campbell to head up women’s football development for the FA
Baroness Sue Campbell, the former UK Sport chair, has been appointed to oversee the development of women’s football for the Football Association (FA).
[17 Dec 2015]
Inaugural European Week of Sport activates 6 million people across 29 countries
More than 6 million people across 29 countries took part in the first ever European Week of Sport (EWS) earlier this year.
[17 Dec 2015]
Prove it or lose it: Government sports strategy redraws funding guidelines
Sports governing bodies will have to demonstrate projects that have a “meaningful, measurable impact” on improving people’s lives in order to receive funding as part of the government’s wide-ranging sports strategy.