According to Paul Johnson, the director of the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS), inflation could have a worse effect on local government than aus

The First Minister of Scotland will convene a roundtable on energy costs with energy supply companies and consumer groups later this month.

Scotland has become the first country in the world to legislate on the right to access free period products.

The Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities has announced that social housing residents will be able to get training and support to sp

The government has announced plans to encourage social tariffs for broadband with the aim of cutting bills for millions of low-income households.

Upgrades to the A4119 have begun, promising a boost the local economy, job creation and improved local infrastructure.

Following advice from Counter Terrorism Police, the City of York Council will decide next week whether to approve plans to install permanent protection measures in the city centre to protect against attacks such as those seen in Toronto, London and Nice.

Levelling up secretary Greg Clark has announced £8 million of funding to repair bridges connecting Grimsby and Immingham.

One year on from the launch of Operation Pitting and the evacuation of thousands of people from Afghanistan, London Councils is looking at how Lond

Chief executives of water companies have met with the environment secretary, George Eustice and environment minister Steve Double to discuss how they plan to protect water supplies over the summer.

1,500 homes have returned to council ownership in London, under the mayor's 'Right to Buy-back' scheme.

aerial view of Oxford University

A one-day summit is to highlight how Oxfordshire is leading the way in addressing the climate emergency.