The Local Government Association (LGA) has advised that councils should be more involved in the process of assessing the needs of child migrants in Calais before they arrive in the UK.

To become more inclusive Oxford City Council has approved plans to add the gender neutral title ‘Mx’ to its official forms.

Cornwall Council has warned that it could still lose out on ‘hundreds of millions of pounds’ in the event of a Brexit, despite assurances.

Cambridge County Council has launched a six week consultation to help develop a healthy weight strategy, after figures showed one in five residents were obese.

The new Nottingham Express Transit will further benefit local businesses by offering super fast data.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has outlined plans to extend public ownership of the UK’s bus networks if he becomes the next Prime Minister.

The Local Government Association (LGA) has claimed that the government’s pledge to replace EU funding has fallen short of the full figure.

The Local Government Association (LGA) has called for new powers to allow it to introduce lane rental schemes without the requirement to get approval from the government, in a bid to help tackle congestion.

Councillors from Hull City Council have criticised the move to consider a new round of savings measures, claiming it would lead to ‘further cuts to services people rely on’.

The Scottish Borders Council has said that work is undergoing to deliver super-fast broadband to homes in the areas, which are currently missing out on the service.

Bristol City Council has signed a contract with council owned the Bristol Waste Company (BWC) to manage waste collection and disposal services in t

A report by think-tank IPPR has argued that the devolution of health will not succeed unless Westminster relinquishes some control.

Nottinghamshire City Council has raised concerns over plans to let Bassetlaw DC join the Sheffield City Region, claiming the move would be ‘bad for local democracy’.

The Local Government Association (LGA) has called on the government to change the Right to Buy rules, after data has shown local authorities will struggle to build new homes to replace those sold off.

The Local Government Association (LGA) has called for tougher action on illegal tattooists who offer cheap prices in order to offer their services to young people under the age of 18.

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