An electronic voter registration will not be in place in Northern Ireland for the snap general election on 8 June, despite legislation being passed in December to implement the systems.
Leeds City Council has approved a proposal which would see a third-party investor provide up to £35 million to fund the redevelopment of Headingley Carnegie Stadium.
Birmingham City Council has been awarded official Honouree status in the 2017 Webby Awards, the leading international award honouring excellence on the internet.
An SME has become the first agency to secure a major campaign through the CCS's Campaign Solutions framework.
The Electoral Commission has partnered up with social media app Snapchat in an attempt to prompt young voters to register for the local government elections.
The City of London Corporation has today announced a deal to deliver a free, public access WiFi network, offering internet access anywhere within the Square Mile.
The Department for Transport has announced new laws which will allow motor racing events to take place on closed public roads in England, as part of a wider aim to boost English tourism.
The Department for Culture, Media & Sport has declared that the elderly and vulnerable, including dementia sufferers, are to be given hi-tech devices which block all nuisance calls.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has announced that community groups across the country have been awarded funding to buy new minibuses to help keep people on the move.
New guidance from NICE recommended that condoms should be more widely available to reduce rates of sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
Powys County Council has announced that plans to revise collection rounds for recycling and waste have been put on hold.
Data collated via a Freedom of Information (FoI) request submitted by the Press Association has indicated that the chances of successfully challenging parking fines varies widely depending on where drivers get a ticket.
A new Which? survey has found that 59 per cent of households (16 million people) across England experienced some kind of problem with their home internet connection in the last year.
A report conducted by the House of Lords Select Committee has concluded that the government made a ‘substantial error’ in creating new committees for local authorities to deal with licensing.
The cross-party Exiting the EU Committee has published a report warning that the government’s assertion that ‘no deal is better than a bad deal’, is unsubstantiated.
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