Almost 400 refugee children living in the Calais ‘Jungle’ camp are eligible to come to the UK, campaigners have claimed.

Nicola Sturgeon is initiating the ‘biggest ever political listening exercise’ to convince Scottish voters an independence referendum is needed.

The Women and Equalities Committee has warned that ‘urgent action’ is needed to protect expectant mothers at work from discrimination.

Simon Kirby, Economic Secretary to the Treasury, has announced the introduction of the Pensions Advice Allowance, aimed at making retirement planning easier.

MPs and council leaders have written to Prime Minister Theresa May pressing the government to act on flood defence recommendations before the arrival of Winter, after its review was delayed.

Theresa May has ordered an audit into Whitehall departments to reveal any racial disparities in public services.

Research has claimed that the failure to improve air pollution in UK cities is due to the political prioritising of economic growth and road safety

The majority of Scotland residents think that local people should be involved in making decisions about the delivery of their public services.

Think tank ResPublica has published a study which highlights instances where poorer communities are missing out on government schemes to improve neighbourhoods.

Housing charity Shelter has warned that the government is likely to miss its target to build one million homes by 2020, unless radical reforms take place.

The Home Affairs Select Committee has called on social media giants such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube to show a greater sense of responsibility in targeting groups which are using their services to promote extremism.

The West Midlands Combined Authority has received more than £36 million as part of the government's new devolution deal with the region.

The first national overview of what each fire and rescue authority pays for 25 common items of uniform and equipment has been published.

Authorities need to engage in ‘higher level’, technology driven work in order to achieve less ‘cosmetic’ digital transformation of their operations.

Theresa May is prepared to change policy on city regions needing directly-elected mayors in order to be granted devolution deals, it has been reported.

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