The second round of the Community Minibus Fund has been launched by Transport Minister Andrew Jones.

New approaches to make the UK more resilient to flooding have been outlined in the government’s National Flood Resilience Review.

The Adam Smith Institute has branded the High-Speed 2 rail project ‘economically irresponsible’ and has called for it to be scrapped.

A public consultation has shown support for proposals to devolve power and funding from Westminster to Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.

A London MP has said as he urged politicians to support homelessness reforms, labelling the current situation as an ‘absolute disgrace’.

A Welsh council leader has said he does not believe the merging of councils will happen for at least 10 years.

Cllr John Clancy, the leader of Birmingham City Council, has signed a development deal worth up to £2 billion with a Chinese company.

A senior Parliamentary Committee is to recommend that all MPs and peers vacate both Houses of Parliament for six years to allow for urgent repairs.

The Resolution Foundation has urged ministers to ignore calls to cut future increases to the National Living Wage (NLW).

The Local Government Boundary Commission for England has published its final recommendations for a shake-up of boundaries in Birmingham which would lead to more wards by fewer politicians.

Waste management company Amgen Cymru, owned by Rhondda Cynon Taf council, has been criticised by the GMB union over its employment practices.

The Committees on Arms Export Controls has called on the UK government to cease the selling of weaponry to Saudia Arabia, after evidence has suggested the trade has likely been used to violate international humanitarian and human rights laws.

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