Early council election results show expected Conservative losses

The Conservative Party has lost ground in local elections to Labour and other parties in early results from across England.

LGA chairman calls for action against councillor abuse

The Local Government Association chairman, Conservative Cllr James Jamieson, has called for more action to be taken to ensure that councillors and

Leisure Centre in Morecambe on the way to carbon neutrality

Gas boilers replaced with a two-stage heat pump system to reduce energy consumption.

Commission on Young Lives report aims to reduce school exclusions

The report, 'All Together Now: Inclusion not exclusion - supporting all young people to succeed in school' makes a series of recommendations for how schools can be supported to divert vulnerable teenagers away from crime and exploitation and enable them to thrive.

The Elections Bill has received Royal Assent, providing voters with greater protection against election fraud.

One in twenty civil servants will be an apprentice by 2025 under new plans that will diversify the pipeline of talent into government.

Steve Rotheram has unveiled a multi-billion pound plan to supercharge the Liverpool City Region’s innovation powerhouse credentials.

The Trussell Trust network provided more than 2.1 million parcels to people facing financial hardship across the country in the space of a year.

Shelter says that every seven minutes a private renter in England is handed a Section 21 no-fault eviction notice by their landlord.

The Cabinet Office has published guidance which will inform departments how to review their public bodies over the next five years.

Voices from a number of sectors have joined forces to call for e-scooters to be legalised across the UK to dramatically improve safety.

Sir Keir Starmer has said that his party is calling for an emergency budget to bring forward more measures to tackle the cost of living crisis.

A Nuffield Health survey has indicated that as many as one in three adults believe their mental health has deteriorated over the past year.

Future homebuyers will see their prospective property bills reduce when a ban on charging ground rent on new leases comes into force in June.

New analysis from Savills has revealed that home buyers are paying significantly more for homes with low-carbon technology.

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