Communities across the UK will benefit from £2.6 billion of funding being allocated to help spread opportunity and level up the country.

Ofsted has warned that there is a ‘lack of collective knowledge’ around the needs of children in care and has called for a national audit of children needs.

More than 650,000 households in London could give up their private vehicles and switch to car clubs to meet the city’s climate goals.

The government has revealed a wide-ranging agreement that will see industry contribute £5 billion to address the building safety scandal.

A £2.6 billion, six-year programme of work dedicated to improving flood defences has exceeded its original targets by 14,000.

UKHospitality has published a raft of recommendations for local government ahead of elections in early May.

A new report has outlined actions to better embed a ‘Town Centre First’ approach to meet the needs of Scotland's communities and tackle climate change.

Thousands of families with children are set to benefit from £33 million support to resolve conflict at home.

Londoners view council tax, national issues and social care as the top priorities influencing their vote ahead of May’s local elections.

Councils in England will have to get agreement from local residents on any proposed changes to street names.

Polling shows a collapse of public satisfaction in politicians, the current democratic system and the ability of voters to affect government decisions.

NEU says that 44 per cent of England’s state-school teachers plan to quit by 2027, with half of those intending to leave within two years.

The rollout of the first Oyster-style contactless ticketing system in the country outside of London has gone live in Nottingham.

Unpaid carers of all ages in Wales are set to benefit from a short breaks fund after a £9 million investment from the Welsh Government.

Households will no longer have to pay to get rid of DIY waste under plans set out by government to tackle the issue of fly-tipping.

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