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Further calls for electoral reform a priority after the election

Breakdown of the electoral figures continue to make the case that electoral reform could be needed.

Reset the dial for local government, says Solace

Solace has written to Boris Johnson, the newly re-elected Prime Minister, urging him to ‘reset the dial for local government’.

Secondary trauma causing stress among foster carers

Psychologists at Nottingham Trent University have argued that foster carers need more support to combat stress and burnout.

Lucas increases majority, but remains sole Green MP

The Green Party's Caroline Lucas has been re-elected to her Brighton Pavilion seat, increasing her majority by five per cent.

Corbyn won't lead Labour in next election

After his party's worse performance in many a year, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has said he will not lead the party in any future election camp

Lib Dem leader Swinson loses her seat

Jo Swinson, the leader of the Liberal Democrats, has narrowly lost her seat of Dunbartonshire East.

 GB Features

Nature – our life support system

Does prescribing contact with nature to boost mental health actually work? Dom Higgins examines the issue

Fuel poverty, it isn’t rocket science

The Energy and Utilities Alliance’s Mike Foster explains why the government and industry needs to do more to tackle the problem of fuel poverty

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

JUICE - the Joined-Up Infrastructure Conference & Exhibition

Does the UK’s ongoing torrid political landscape spell trouble for the future of EV growth and much-needed infrastructure projects?

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

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