The Great British High Street competition has revealed the nation’s 27 best high streets.

The National Institute of Economic and Social Research has stated that the Troubled Families Programme has made no ‘significant impact’.

A new £40 million programme to provide an innovative approach to tackling homelessness, with prevention at its heart, has been announced.

The first part of a government £320 million fund has been released, to upgrade heating in towns and cities to supply low carbon and recycled heat.

Dumfries and Galloway Council have issued a statement apologising for a payment error, in which it took direct debit payments from a number of customers ahead of the agreed scheduled date.

Councils are making preparations for the arrival of 14 children from the Calais refugee camps into the UK.

The Local Government Association (LGA) has said the sugar levy on soft drinks should be administered by councils who would be better positioned to work with schools and communities to fight childhood obesity.

The All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Modern Languages has published a report calling on the government to plan now to avoid a post-Brexit languages crisis.

Housing charity Shelter has cautioned that four in ten homes in Britain fall under the standards which are considered acceptable living conditions.

South Somerset District Council has warned that a four year funding offer will see it owing £330,000 to the government.

The first ever recipients of the Scottish Government’s Good Food Nation funding have been announced.

Cambridge City Council is to buy all of its electricity from 100 per cent renewable sources for the first time.

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