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red box

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (in Britain) a box, typically covered in red leather, used to transport the official documents of a government minister
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Red Box Web Design, based on Staffordshire Technology Park, has a new digital marketing apprentice, Megan Smith, and a former apprentice, while George Birchell, is now a full-time member of staff in the role of web development and support.
Red Box Web Design, based on Staffordshire Technology Park, has a new digital marketing apprentice, Megan Smith, and a former digital marketing apprentice, George Birchell, is now a full-time member of staff in the role of web development and support after completing his apprenticeship.
The Red Box Project aims to support young people throughout their periods by providing free menstrual products for those who may not be able to get their own.
Red Box, the leading platform for voice, has announced it has partnered with Global Relay, leaders in information archiving and compliance to enable customers to use Global Relay's search, surveillance and analytics tools to unlock the full value of voice, as well as meet compliance obligations, the company said.
Clare and Karl Duvall, from Prescot, are behind the Knowsley arm of The Red Box Project which makes donated sanitary products available in schools, ensuring no teenager misses a day of lessons due to her period.
Merthyr Tydfil council is also supporting The Red Box Project which is a nationwide initiative aimed at ensuring that no young woman misses school because she has her period.
STUDENTS at a school in Rugby are among the first to benefit from The Red Box Project, which aims to tackle period poverty in the UK.
I'm ready to be prime minister tomorrow A confident Jeremy Corbyn, Labour leader, looks forward to the next general election Much of it pollutes political debate with daily doses of personal venom and infantile nonsense that degrades our democracy Baroness (Betty) Boothroyd, former Speaker of the House of Commons on social media, writing for The Times Red Box Australia are on course for a whitewash against a washed-out opponent The Australian newspaper on the Ashes In voting as you think fit, on any political issue, you as MPs are never mutineers, you are never traitors, you are never malcontents, you are never enemies of the people Commons Speaker John Bercow
Greening, who had been heading out to attend a Cabinet meeting, fled back into her London home when confronted by reporters, leaving her ministerial red box on the doorstep.
This time the Newmarket trainer relies on the Cheveley Park Stud-owned Red Box to continue the success story.