News story: Inside the Foreign Office: BBC series 2018

Brexit information on GOV.UK Nigeria and the UK Mongolia and the UK Exporting is GREAT Karen Pierce – Holding Russia to account at the United Nations Ben Merrick: dealing with Mother Nature’s destruction after Hurricane IrmaFind out more about the work of the Foreign Office that features in episode 3: Dan Chugg – Posted to Burma: a country on the edgeFind out more about Foreign Office work that features in episode 1: Three of our ambassadors in the first episode have published articles on the FCO Blog to provide an update on their roles: Our worldwide Travel Advice Two of our diplomats who feature in this episode have published articles on the FCO Blog to give a more in-depth look at what we do around the world. Forced marriage support and guidance How the UK government responded to Hurricanes Irma and Maria Catch up on Brave new world on the BBC iPlayer. Our Mission to the United Nations in New York Russia and the UK Ukraine and the UK Burma and the UK Permanent Under-Secretary Sir Simon McDonald on Twitter Catherine Arnold – Mongolia: small embassies can have a big impact The Foreign Office cat Palmerston also appears in this episode.Episode 1: Keeping power and influence Sophie Lott: how the Forced Marriage Unit saves lives Consular Affairs Director Julia Longbottom talk about how we help UK citizens abroad:Consular servicesEpisode 2: Brave new world Forced Marriage Unit caseworker Sophie Lott and our Overseas Territories Director Ben Merrick have published articles on the FCO Blog to provide an update following this episode. working for the Foreign OfficeFind out more about working for the Foreign & Commonwealth OfficeSocial media view the Open University’s Inside the Foreign Office resources explore inside the Foreign Office with our interactive virtual tour of our iconic headquarters in London and fascinating embassies and residences around the world read the FCO Blog with contributions from our staff around the world Judith Gough – Frontline diplomacy: our woman in Ukraine More about the Foreign Office Catch up on Keeping power and influence on the BBC iPlayer. BBC Television has made a 3-part documentary series about the Foreign & Commonwealth Office. The BBC filmed our staff in London and around the world from summer 2017 to summer 2018, following our work to protect British people, and promote UK prosperity and influence overseas.This page provides links to find out more about the themes and the people featured in the series. You can follow the conversation on Twitter through #InsideTheForeignOffice.Episode 3: Brits in trouble Catch up on Brits in trouble on the BBC iPlayer. Laure Beaufils – Colourful, vibrant, booming Lagos: UK trade with NigeriaFind out more about the work of the Foreign Office that features in episode 2: follow the hashtag #InsideTheForeignOffice follow us on: Twitter Facebook Instagram


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