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’.

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.

Lib Dem leader Swinson loses her seat

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

SNP victory 'mandate for Scottish independence'

Nicola Sturgeon has labelled the success of the Scottish National Party as representing a clear message on Scottish independence.

Green Party pledges to write off student debt

The Green Party will write off existing debt of all former students who studied under the Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition government.

Leicestershire highlights good financial management

Leicestershire County Council’s annual delivery report highlights good financial management and a range of achievements across the last year.

Make Scotland’s deposit return scheme more comprehensive

A report has said that Scotland’s proposed deposit return scheme will have a real and lasting impact on tackling climate change.

Union highlights impact of austerity cuts to local services

UNISON has highlighted the true scale of almost a decade of savage austerity cuts to local communities across Britain.

Labour to ‘electrify’ the country’s entire bus fleet

The Labour Party’s Green Transformation Fund will fund a plan to electrify the country’s entire bus fleet by 2030.

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.

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.

Labour pledges to cap school class sizes

The Labour Party is promising to cap class sizes at 30 pupils across all schools in England if it wins the General Election.

Tories pledge £4.2bn for public transport

The Conservatives have promised to spend £4.2 billion on local train, bus and tram services if they win the General Election.

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