£80 million culture boost for children in schools

More children will be able to learn instruments and play in orchestras or choirs thanks to a £80 million investment in music hubs.

Government pledges £11.8m boost to breakfast clubs

£11.8 million will ensure that more children receive a healthy and nutritious breakfast to set them up for the school day.

Extra support announced for Troubled Families

Families with deep rooted problems will receive extra support to get their lives back on track with up to £165 million of funding.

School funding breakdown announced by government

The government has informed local authorities across the country how much extra education money they will receive next year.

Wales bans use of combustible cladding on high rises

The use of combustible cladding on the external walls of high rise buildings in Wales will be banned from 13 January 2020.

Next London Borough of Culture competition begins

Seven boroughs from across the capital have been invited to City Hall to present their bid to be the next London Borough of Culture.

Queen's Speech delivered to Parliament

The Queen's Speech includes expected promises for the NHS, as well as legally-binding targets on climate change and NLW increases.

Nearly a third of England's secondary schools running deficits

New financial analysis by Reform has found that 28 per cent of local authority maintained secondary schools in England are in the red.

Wales pledges further funding for cleaner transport

Investing in low emission vehicles and creating a more resilient transport system are to receive Welsh Government funding.

Investment provokes more bus journeys in the West Midlands

The number of people catching the bus in the West Midlands has rocketed by almost eight million over the last year.

Unpaid carers over 80 save government £23bn a year

An army of carers amongst the oldest old in our society, those aged 80 or over, provide 23 million hours of unpaid care a week.

Additional £3.2m for London’s Violence Reduction Unit

Sadiq Khan will invest an additional £3.2 million in the capital’s Violence Reduction Unit this year and in future years.

Abandon ‘city centric policy obsession’, government urged

New ministers have been urged to ensure that their pledge to unleash the potential of the UK does not ignote 'left behind areas'.

Oxford pledges to become net zero in 2020

Oxford City Council has set out the next steps it will take - including budget allocation - to become a zero carbon council and city.

Northerners urged to be wary of 'glib' Tory promises

Andy Burnham has urged new Tory voters in the north to be wary of promises to invest in the region’s infrastructure.

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