Following a freedom of information request by the Welsh Conservatives, councils in Wales have been urged to cut their spend on ‘propaganda’.

Jenny Laing, the leader of Aberdeen City Council, has opened the London Stock Exchange to celebrate the its successful £370 million bond issue.

Bath could become the first UK city to impose a tourist tax on overnight visitors to help offset the £37 million of cuts it is facing over the next five years.

The City of York Council has successfully bid for just over £2.76 million worth of funding that will help secure 65 new affordable homes.

Education Secretary Justine Greening has announced a £50 million grant scheme to provide thousands of new childcare places.

A report has revealed that nearly 38,000 staff from HMRC will be required to move large distances as part of a reorganisation.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has said that introducing a maximum cap on the amount that people can earn would be ‘the fairer thing do’.

According to a new survey conducted by the British Parking Association (BPA), half of motorists prefer to use traditional cash pay and display machines when paying for parking.

The Local Government Association (LGA) has highlighted statistics from the Asphalt Industry Alliance's (AIA), annual ALARM survey, which has projected the pothole repair bill to rise to £14 billion by 2019.

The Birmingham Mac has been hit by a 70 per cent cut to its council funding, as part of major reductions inflicted on the city's arts by its local authority.

£7 billion has been made available for the government’s affordable housing programme to meet the diverse housing needs of the country.

A group of MPs have urged Prime Minister Theresa May to find a ‘political consensus’ on funding social care in England before 2020.

In an attempt to manage its projected £8.1 million overspend, Devon County Council has introduced a jobs freeze.

Bath and North East Somerset Council have announced cuts to generate £37 million in savings to compensate for ongoing government funding cuts.

Manchester City Council has published its budget proposals for the next three years, outlining plans to make cuts of £30 million.

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