Liberty has launched a crowd-funded legal challenge to the UK government's ‘assault on our freedom’ through the so-called ‘snoopers' charter’.

First Minister Nicole Sturgeon has announced an extra £107 million is being invested into health and social care partnerships.

A report has revealed that nearly 38,000 staff from HMRC will be required to move large distances as part of a reorganisation.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has said that introducing a maximum cap on the amount that people can earn would be ‘the fairer thing do’.

In a speech to the Charity Commission, Prime Minister Theresa May has promised that the government will take an active role in tackling ‘everyday injustices’ and building a ‘shared society’.

An extra £10 million a year has been pledged to ensure the Welsh social care sector is strong and sustainable for the future.

A group of MPs have urged Prime Minister Theresa May to find a ‘political consensus’ on funding social care in England before 2020.

A new report has emphasised the importance of maintaining access to the EU workforce after Brexit as being ‘vital’ for London’s future growth.

Belfast City Council has passed a motion calling on Whitehall to launch a full public inquiry into the ‘shambolic’ renewable heat incentive (RHI) scheme, set to run £490 million over its budget.

The Environmental Audit Committee has warned that environmental protections must not be weakened during the process of leaving the EU.

Housing Minister Gavin Barwell has confirmed that new homes for first-time buyers between 23 and 40 years old will become available at a discount of at least 20 per cent below market value.

The government has announced it will back the first ever garden villages, which have the potential to deliver more than 48,000 homes across England.

Almost half of workers would stay in work if they were offered more flexibility by their employers in later life.

The lack of a clear framework for the maintenance of SuDS is seen by professionals as a key barrier to effective delivery and adoption.

The ‘unacceptably dangerous’ prison population of England and Wales should be cut to 45,000, a group of politicians have suggested.

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