Key public bodies across the country will be legally required to take steps to prevent people from being radicalised under new counter-terror measures.
The military, emergency services and Government are testing their ability to handle a terror attack in London’s largest counter-terrorism exercise to date.
The Local Government Association (LGA) have warned that councils in England could face a £3.3 billion reduction in central government funding for local services in 2016/17.
Islington Council has warned that proposed cuts to the benefit cap will likely lead to a rise in child poverty and homelessness in the borough.
A government programme designed to release public land for new housing has been criticised for misleading statistics and a lack of proper monitoring.
The Local Government Association (LGA) has recommended that the business rate appeals system should be reformed to help protect vital local services supporting communities and businesses
Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) has released an analysis which predicts that many parts of England will be unavailable for larger families on benefits.
Council leaders want to issue fines on lorry drivers who ignore weight restrictions on minor roads, according the Local Government Association (LGA)
A report published on 18 June found that repairs to the Houses of Parliament could cost up to £5.7 billion and take 32 years if MPs do not vacate the building.
Chancellor of the Exchequer and First Secretary of State George Osborne is standing in for Prime Minister David Cameron to take Prime Minister’s Questions for the first time.
The east London borough of Tower Hamlets has elected Labour’s John Biggs as mayor, only a few weeks after Lutfur Rahman was ejected from office by an electoral court judge.
The UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES) and the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) are launching seven new projects to help the careers of low paid workers in the retail and hospitality sectors.
Three multi-million pound deals to provide 1,000 new homes specifically for private rent in London have been announced by Housing Minister Brandon Lewis at the London Real Estate Forum on 10 June 2015.
An open letter to the Prime Minister David Cameron urges government to tackle climate change and build a low-carbon economy.
Communities Secretary Greg Clark has told council leaders in London that he wants to see ambitious proposals for further devolution in the capital, the Local Government Chronicle reports.
The Local Government Association (LGA) has warned that services supporting teenagers not in employment, education or training (NEET) will be at risk by 2020 if funding cuts continue without reform.