• Mike Childs looks at how local authorities can ramp up what they are doing to tackle the current climate crisis

  • With a General Election date only a few weeks away, Government Business looks at what the main political parties are pledging on a range of issues.

  • With a General Election date only a few weeks away, Government Business looks at what the main political parties are pledging on a range of issues.

  • With a General Election date only a few weeks away, Government Business looks at what the main political parties are pledging on a range of issues.

  • With a General Election date only a few weeks away, Government Business looks at what the main political parties are pledging on a range of issues.

 Latest News

Playground closures are a public health issue

The API has stressed that the inactivity crisis facing children must be placed at the heart of politics in the General Election and beyond.

Oxfordshire named top waste recycler in England

Oxfordshire has been named the best performing county council waste disposal authority in England for the sixth year in a row.

Childhood crisis this Christmas as basics hard to come by

Action for Children claims that three pupils in every primary school class will be deprived of the basics this Christmas.

Tax increase should pay for health and social care, says poll

There is increasing public support for paying more tax to maintain and improve health and social care.

Research finds that poorer children missing out on exercise

New research suggests that, when it comes to getting enough exercise, wealthier children are beating their poorer classmates.

Labour criticises Tory cuts to health and education services

The Conservatives have cut health and education spending by £37.3 billion since 2010, according to new research unveiled by the Labour Party.

 GB Features

Bullying kills and bullying devastates

Based around their Out of the Shadows campaign, the PPMA's Karen Grave discusses the issue of bullying and harassment within public services

The climate crisis and local authorities

Mike Childs looks at how local authorities can ramp up what they are doing to tackle the current climate crisis

Cities, houses and greenbelt-related problems

What is the relationship between housing and cities? Ahead of the General Election, Andrew Carter explores the policies and problems

Analysing public sector debt collection

Richard Haymes explains how data and analytics is helping to build a picture of vulnerability for people in debt

GB Base 5: Clean air in the capital

Government Business lists the five poorest performing London Boroughs in the area of climate action

GE19 Party Policy: Environment

With a General Election date only a few weeks away, Government Business looks at what the main political parties are pledging on a range of issues.