The government is set to review fixed odds betting terminals (FOBT), machines which are common on high streets, and take a closer look at children’s access to gambling.

Financial experts have warned that the latest increase in public sector borrowing will make achieving a budget surplus even harder.

Businesses will now be able to benefit from grants up to £20,000 when switching their large trucks to electric vehicles.

Small businesses in Scotland are to share a £60 million expansion fund to target growth through innovation and investment.

Prime Minister Theresa May will offer the devolved administrations a new forum to allow them to help shape the UK's EU exit strategy.

The LGA is arguing that English councils should be freed from restrictions on the ability to borrow to fund new home building.

Prime Minister Theresa May has said Britain expects to be part of EU decision-making until it triggers Article 40, in March 2017.

Licensing powers could be restored to Rotherham council after the council’s commissioner successfully highlighted improvements in the area.

New research has argued that local government should have more powers to help tackle persistent unemployment.

A draft bill giving Scotland the ability to reconsider the question of independence before the UK leaves the EU has been published for consultation

The Welsh Local Government Association (WLGA) has said there will be no end to council cuts despite receiving the best budget settlement in half a decade.

Communities Secretary Sajid Javid has urged local leaders in Cambridge to ‘press on’ with their devolution deal plans.

New housing measures to apply minimum room sizes to shared homes have been announced by Housing Minister Gavin Barwell.

Plaid Cymru has revealed it has agreed a £119 million deal to back Labour's budget plans.

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

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