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.

The UK is set to begin preliminary talks with Australia exploring the possibility of a future free trade deal.

A new Heritage Lottery Fund report has called for collaborative national and local action to deliver new ways of funding parks.

A Tory MP has proposed ‘eradicating’ the combination of county councils and district councils and replacing them with single-tier unitary councils.

A government scheme using longer semi-trailers to transport goods has saved up to 10.6 million vehicle kilometres, meaning cleaner public air.

Over £1million has been paid out by the government to more than 180 flood-hit farmers to help their business recovery after last Winter’s storms.

The government must take immediate action to improve public transport in rural areas, the Campaign for Better Transport has argued.

Belfast could lose one of its four parliamentary constituencies as part of an extensive redrawing of Northern Ireland's electoral map.

The Joseph Rowntree Foundation is campaigning for a ‘new deal’ to alleviate poverty in the UK by 2030.

A campaign to retrain both social workers for adults and children who have left the profession is being launched.

Doctors prescribing outdoor exercise to patients would see more people doing physical activity, councils claim.

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