Welsh government figures have shown that Wales had an £86 million black hole of unpaid council tax, at the end of the financial year.

The UK has elected to leave the European Union, with 52 per cent of voters backing Vote Leave and 48 per cent voting Remain.

Sunderland City Council has announced it will set up a new organisation to deliver its children's services, after a poor Ofsted report last year.

In an attempt to save £230,000 in salary costs, the City of York Council is contemplating reorganising its senior management structure.

Sir Edward Lister has been appointed the new chairman of the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA).

Sadiq Khan has said that he will review the capital’s housing zone scheme in an attempt to bring about the availability of affordable housing.

A report has called on local government to make land available for groups who desire to establish cohousing communities.

Polls opened at 07:00 in the referendum on whether the UK should remain a member of the European Union or leave.

According to a new survey conducted by Unison, government cuts have have lead to 73 per cent of council staff experiencing increased levels of stress.

Liverpool and Wirral councils are set to pilot a social stock exchange scheme in a bid to encourage investors to put their money into local firms.

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has found that government borrowing declined slightly in the month of May, compared to the same time in 2015, but maintained the figure was still higher than expected.

A freedom of Information request (FoI) submitted by The Times has revealed that councils across England and Wale referred a total of 284 to the government’s deradicalisation programme, Channel, in 2015.

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