Tax cuts to support families with cost of living

Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced tax cut for nearly 30 million UK workers through rise in National Insurance thresholds.

All schools to have high speed internet by 2025

Every school in England will have access to high speed internet by 2025, as part of the latest plans to roll out lightning-fast gigabit broadband across the UK.

£4m for London projects to improve climate resilience

Sadiq Khan has awarded £4 million to projects that will help improve green spaces across London and safeguard the capital from the impacts of climate change.

Digital government services delivering for citizens

Citizens have called for the government to build on its digital services by providing the likes of online election voting, according to a new poll from Gemserv.

Employment programmes at risk when EU funds end

New jobs and skills training are at risk of delay or being lost altogether due to a looming funding gap when existing European funding runs out.

Glasgow most resilient city in the face of the pandemic

Analysis of major UK cities to mark the second anniversary of the first UK lockdown has shown that Glasgow has proved most resilient in the face of the pandemic.

Public health staff shortage warning as infections rise

Councils have warned of public health workforce shortages and staff exhaustion concerns given a rise in coronavirus community transmission rates.

ALARM survey costs local roads repair backlog at £12bn

The backlog of carriageway repairs to fix local roads has reached £12.64 billion, compounded by increased costs caused by rising inflation.

London City Hall hits council housing target

Sadiq Khan has hailed the resurgence in council homebuilding with more than 11,000 new council homes started in London since 2018.

Give South East freedom to grow its own way, says report

The government must rethink the assumption that merely directing investment away from an ‘overheated’ South East will benefit the rest of the country.

Parents squeezed by rising childcare costs

The annual survey by Coram Family and Childcare has found that parents across Britain are being squeezed by rising childcare costs and a drop in available places.

Council leaders urge for positive tone during election period

The LGA is urging people to engage in positive, constructive debates ahead of the upcoming local elections and to find out more about the role of local councillors.

Digital tools to give residents say on local developments

The public will be able to use innovative new technology to have a greater say in shaping and regenerating their communities.

Motorists in the north are being left behind in EV race

New research has found that motorists in the north are stuck in the slow lane when it comes to electric car demand.

Government yet to take Grenfell action, says report

Sadiq Khan has said that the majority of the Grenfell Tower Inquiry recommendations directed at London Fire Brigade have now been completed.


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