New rules banning the advertising of junk food or drink products in children’s media have been announced.

Ffunding for public libraries was cut by £25 million last year, a new CIPFA report has shown.

Communities Secretary Sajid Javid has announced £32 million of additional funding to regenerate deprived housing estates.

Over 40 leading businesses, universities and business networks have pledged support to boost the economy of the Northern Powerhouse.

Sadiq Khan has announced that £875 million will be invested in action to improve the quality of the Capital’s air through to 2021/22.

Newcastle City Council has announced management arrangement changes that will contribute £500,000 to meeting its budget shortfall.

The government is using ‘complicated’ commissioning processes to secure vital public services, threatening small charities.

The Joseph Rowntree Foundation has claimed that high rental housing costs mean an estimated 3.8 million workers are in poverty.

A new report has highlighted the role that employment plays in improving the self-worth of people with drug and alcohol addictions.

The government is set to move around 5,700 full time civil and public servants from offices in Whitehall to east London.

Bus operator First West Yorkshire has pledged £71 million to provide a fleet of 284 low-emission buses to the city of Leeds by 2020.

Vulnerable older people should be offered befriending programmes or exercise classes to prevent loneliness, experts have said.

Cherwell District Council is planning to set up its own online lottery to raise money for local charities and community groups.

The Mayor of London has announced that a record £154 million per year will be spent on cycling in the capital over the next five years.

Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has outlined plans to change the way in which England's railway network is run.

A study being carried out by former health minister Dr Dan Poulter and King’s College London will survey MPs on their mental health, asking questions about their sense of self-worth and drinking habits.

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