Four-day week would cost public sector billions

Moving to a 32-hour week over the coming decade would cost the public sector alone £45 billion on current productivity levels.

Scottish social housing to be more energy efficient

People who rent their homes will get warmer and cheaper-to-heat housing as a result of major Scottish Government investment.

Poorest areas hit hardest by public health cuts

The IPPR has called for more investment in public health services to tackle health inequality and deliver NHS savings after finding cuts fall on poorest.

Tories fail to build any of pledged 200,000 starter homes

The NAO has revealed that a Conservative plan to create 200,000 new homes for first-time buyers has resulted in no homes being built.

Lib Dems pledge 'Remain bonus' for public services

Jo Swinson has said that stopping Brexit will deliver a £50 billion ‘Remain bonus’ for public services over the next five years.

Rising hardship behind families needing council support

A survey has suggested that a rise in family conflict and hardship is behind the current heightened pressures on child protection services.

Counties cannot be ignored in the General Election

Council leaders have warned that county areas cannot be ignored during the upcoming General Election in December.

£18m extension to Opportunity Area programme

Young people in some of the most disadvantaged parts of England are set to benefit from an extra £18 million investment.

Public spending likely ‘to rocket' in next Parliament

Government spending is likely to head back towards levels seen in the 1970s over the next Parliament, regardless of which party wins the General Election.

New ‘league table’ reveals UK’s EV charging availability

DfT has published a ‘league table’ of data illustrating the public electric car charging infrastructure available across the UK.

School transport costs to rise to £1.2bn by 2024

Unsustainable costs are set to push councils’ bill for providing free home to school transport to £1.2 billion a year by 2024.

£30 million boost for ‘Construction Corridor’

The government will boost its zero carbon homes aims with a £30 million boost for the ‘Construction Corridor’.

£11.5m to tackle poverty and inequality in Scotland

Scottish residents in disadvantaged communities are set to benefit from a range of projects to tackle poverty, inequality and rural disadvantage.

Businesses support giving councils more infrastructure freedom

The majority of businesses in London think that councils should be given more power to deliver infrastructure and housing.

Sajid Javid announced infrastructure revolution

Sajid Javid has announced more than £250 million funding for vital infrastructure that will unlock over 20,000 homes nationwide.


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