Sadiq Khan has announced that £875 million will be invested in action to improve the quality of the Capital’s air through to 2021/22.

Newcastle City Council has announced management arrangement changes that will contribute £500,000 to meeting its budget shortfall.

The government is using ‘complicated’ commissioning processes to secure vital public services, threatening small charities.

A new report has highlighted the role that employment plays in improving the self-worth of people with drug and alcohol addictions.

The government is set to move around 5,700 full time civil and public servants from offices in Whitehall to east London.

Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has outlined plans to change the way in which England's railway network is run.

A study being carried out by former health minister Dr Dan Poulter and King’s College London will survey MPs on their mental health, asking questions about their sense of self-worth and drinking habits.

The Commons Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has expressed concern over plans to move HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) services online, warning the move could lead to another potentially ‘disastrous decline’ in customer service.

A new multi-million pound deal to boost housing in key cities will provide more than 2,000 homes for private rent and create thousands of jobs.

Local authorities are being urged to consider how they can best use libraries when delivering vital public services.

A group of MPs have raised issue with a decision by HM Revenue and Customs and contractor Concentrix which involved plunging tax credit claimants into ‘humiliating hardship and debt’.

Housing charity Shelter has released analysis showing more than a quarter of a million people are homeless in England.

The Howard League for Penal Reform has raised concern over the rise of suicides taking place in prisons in England and Wales.

Coventry City Council has supported a bid from Jaguar Land Rover calling on the government to back plans to build electric vehicles (EVs) in the area.

The National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT) has called on MPs to support plans to ensure all children from poor backgrounds are automatically registered fro free school meals.

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