Powys Council is set to apply to the Welsh government to suspend the right to buy scheme for the next five years.

New analysis from Glasgow and Heriot-Watt universities and the Scottish Parliament Information Centre has shown that councils in Scotland are making most of their savings from services used by more disadvantaged residents.

Conservative MPs are set to join the SNP in demanding a debate on postponing disability benefit cuts.

According to figures from the National Audit Office (NAO), HMRC is chasing almost £2 billion in potentially owed taxes from the UK’s richest citizens.

Dozens of leading businesses have become Northern Powerhouse partners in a major boost to the government’s ambitions.

Pembrokeshire council has approved plans to outsource its culture and leisure services due to ‘unprecedented financial pressures’.

A new report has said that improving SME access to finance outside of the South East is both a test and opportunity for the government.

The new wave of metro mayors should be granted ‘significant powers’ over planning and housing, a new report has argued.

Broadband suppliers will now have to present clearer adverts on the costs of their contracts.

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced that a new Living Wage rate of £8.45 an hour has been set in Scotland.

Plans to create a Mayoral Combined Authority for Greater Lincolnshire are still unclear after votes were collated from each of the 10 councils involved in the decision.

Carmarthenshire Council has approved plans to build a new headquarters for S4C, the Welsh language television broadcaster.

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