Prime Minister Theresa May has announced a proposal to divert fracking funds destined for local authorities to be given directly to households instead.

IPPR has urged for a ‘North First’ approach to infrastructure investment following the release of funding details.

Sadiq Khan has confirmed plans for the first of a series of ‘Low Emission Bus Zones’ as part of his plans to clean up the capital’s toxic air.

A new report by Policy Exchange has suggested that relocating 25,000 London-based civil servants to local authorities and city regions would boost productivity and innovation in the delivery of public service.

In a letter to the government, a coalition of 15 disability charities has called for more certainty over the availability of future funding for supported housing.

A new survey by technology and transformation company Squiz has suggested that over half of young people believe they would be more likely to vote in future elections if they could do so online.

According to data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS), the number of workers taking part in strike action fell to an all time low in 2015.

Minister for the Cabinet Office Ben Gummer has announced that Kevin Cunnington has been appointed as the new head of the Government Digital Services (GDS).

Cardiff Council is set to consider cutting summer holidays from six weeks to five.

A report published by the London School of Economics (LSE) has recommended that new houses should be built on London’s Green Belt in a bid to alleviate housing pressures in the South East.

A report by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation has found the effects of poverty to have cost the UK an average of £78 billion per year, with the NHS bearing the brunt of the costs.

The Taxpayers’ Alliance has claimed that the HS2 project is an ‘expensive vanity project which must be scrapped’ in its new report.

Regeneration schemes will be at risk if the government holds on to billions of pounds of EU money in the wake of the Brexit vote, the LGA has warned.

The £344 million plan to expand London City Airport has been criticised by campaigners arguing that it will add to the city’s air pollution.

Over 8,000 new jobs have been reported by enterprise zones in the Northern Powerhouse over the past four years, the government has said.

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