Basic income by 2025 pledged by Greens

The Green Party has pledged to introduce a universal basic income by 2025, which would see every adult receiving a minimum of £89 per week.

Homelessness crisis costs councils over £1bn in just one year

The cost of housing homeless families in temporary accommodation has risen by 78 per cent in five years to more than £1 billion.

Business rates and council tax relief following flooding

Households and business owners significantly affected by recent flooding will have immediate relief on their council tax and business rates.

100,000 demand televised election debate on climate

Over 100,000 people have signed a petition calling for a national televised debate on the climate and nature emergencies.

Council tax collection practices working for no one

Households struggling to pay their council tax are being pushed into further debt as outdated regulations mean bailiffs are collecting arrears.

Green Party pledges to appoint 'carbon chancellor'

The Green Party will appoint a ‘carbon chancellor’ to allocate the £100bn per year they have pledged for tackling the climate emergency.

Further support for those affected by flooding

The government has announced further support for people and businesses in areas affected by recent flooding.

Review claims HS2 should happen despite rising costs

A review into the HS2 high-speed railway linking London and the North of England says it should be built, despite its rising cost.

Lib Dems pledge £5bn for flood prevention

The Lib Dems have outlined plans for a £5 billion fund to improve flood defences across the UK, to be paid for through government borrowing.

Cobra to meet over northern floods

Boris Johnson is to chair a meeting of the government's emergency Cobra committee in response to floods in northern England.

Extra childcare support pledged by Labour and Lib Dems

Both the Labour Party and the Liberal Democrats have pledged extra money to support the parents of young children.

Get more people onto the bus, campaigners urge

The Campaign for Better Transport has called on the next government to get more people onto the bus.

Nottingham refuses school use for elections

Nottingham City Council has announced that no schools in the city will close to become polling stations at December’s General Election.

Billions needed to meet rising costs of adult social care

Councils will need billions in extra funding over the next Parliament if they are to meet the rising costs of providing adult social care.

Bellwin scheme activated to support flood-hit communities

The government has activated the emergency Bellwin scheme in response to recent flooding in Yorkshire, Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire.

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