Creating the right conditions for businesses to grow and succeed is at the centre of new business legislation announced in the Queen’s Speech.

Unemployment in most parts of the UK is likely to continue to rise over the next five years, according to an economic forecasting group in a story reported by the BBC

The government has published numbers on the cost of G-Cloud and Cloudstore and the savings the public sector ICT procurement framework is expected to make it has been reported.

Street fundraisers are deterring shoppers from visiting town centres, according to a Local Government Association survey.

The University of Warwick’s Elected Mayors and City Leadership Commission has published its report “What is the role of elected mayors in providing strategic leadership to cities?”

Local authorities have been given advice on how to tackle the problem of potholes on their roads following the publication of a review

The Association for Public Service Excellence (APSE) is calling on central government to unlock local authorities’ potential to develop the green economy.

George Osborne has announced a larger-than-expected cut in corporation tax to 22p over the next three years, in a budget which he said would help the country "earn its way in the world".

Housing Minister Grant Shapps has unveiled two schemes for the new generation of home buyers, which will see Britain building thousands of new homes.

The Government has issued a call of evidence in support of the Energy Intensive Industries (EII) Package

The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, has announced details of a new £41m London Growth Fund to drive jobs, boost housing and stimulate economic growth across the capital.

Transport Minister Norman Baker has announced utility companies who take too long to complete their road works will face higher charges.

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