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.

135,000 children in Britain to be homeless at Christmas

At least 135,000 children will be homeless and living in temporary accommodation across Britain on Christmas day.

Climate launched to top of the urban political agenda

Urban council leaders and elected mayors now rank the climate emergency among the most important issues British cities face.

14 million voters in ‘one party fiefdoms’

New research has found that nearly 14 million voters are in seats that have not changed party hands since the Second World War.

Tactical voting like for quarter of Welsh voters

Hundreds of thousands of Welsh voters are set to ‘hold their nose’ and vote tactically in the General Election on 12 December.

Boost Ofsted rather than scrap it, says Tories

The Conservatives will give Ofsted greater powers and more money to improve discipline in classrooms and bolster school standards.

Labour set to launch 'regional manifestos' across England

The Labour Party will launch a regional manifesto for each part of the country, including pledges on transport, housing and jobs.

Lib Dems announce plan to end rough sleeping

The Liberal Democrats have shared plans to introduce a duty on local authorities to provide immediate emergency accommodation.

Coalition calls for post-election pact on Net Zero

Ahead of the world’s first televised climate debate, a cross-sector coalition is calling for a post-election pact on Net Zero.

Johnson promises fast-tracked mobile signal plans

The Prime Minister has announced new plans that will be fast tracked to improve poor mobile phone signal in rural areas.

Labour pledges to plant two billion trees by 2040

Labour has announced plans to create ten new National Nature Parks in its first term and plant two billion new trees by 2040.


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