Government urged to help councils tackle fuel poverty

The government has been urged to implement an action plan to help local authorities take action on fuel poverty.

Greater support pledged for teaching climate change

Students will be able to study the natural world through an exciting new GCSE in natural history to be introduced by September 2025.

Poll shows voters prioritise roads and housing

New polling has revealed that voters want their local councils to improve roads and provide more affordable housing.

Labour pledges to insulate two million houses in first year

If elected, Labour would aim for two million household upgrades in the first year of a decade-long £60 billion scheme that could save households £400 on bills annually.

One in 10 parents ‘very likely to use UK food bank’

The Trussell Trust has said that nearly one in 10 parents are ‘very likely’ to use a food bank to feed their children over the next three months.

Shared Prosperity Fund ‘undermines devolution’

Scottish Business Minister Ivan McKee has said the Shared Prosperity Fund fails to deliver promised funding for Scotland following Brexit.

Most deprived areas to improve drug treatment

50 local authorities in some of the most deprived areas in England will receive enhanced funding to rebuild drug treatment services.

£2.6 billion of funding allocated to level up UK

Communities across the UK will benefit from £2.6 billion of funding being allocated to help spread opportunity and level up the country.

‘Lack of knowledge’ around needs of children in care

Ofsted has warned that there is a ‘lack of collective knowledge’ around the needs of children in care and has called for a national audit of children needs.

Londoners could give up private cars to meet climate goals

More than 650,000 households in London could give up their private vehicles and switch to car clubs to meet the city’s climate goals.

Major developers to fund building safety repairs

The government has revealed a wide-ranging agreement that will see industry contribute £5 billion to address the building safety scandal.

Over 314,000 homes better protected from flood risk

A £2.6 billion, six-year programme of work dedicated to improving flood defences has exceeded its original targets by 14,000.

New measures to revitalise Scottish town centres

A new report has outlined actions to better embed a ‘Town Centre First’ approach to meet the needs of Scotland's communities and tackle climate change.

£33 million pledged to drive down parental conflict

Thousands of families with children are set to benefit from £33 million support to resolve conflict at home.

Council tax main issue for public in local elections

Londoners view council tax, national issues and social care as the top priorities influencing their vote ahead of May’s local elections.


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