The newly elected chair of London Councils, Claire Kober, has called for further power and resources to be devolved from Whitehall to London’s local government, in order to protect Londer’s public services and quality of life.

Prime Minister David Cameron has announced that Home Secretary Theresa May is set to take over the role as PM, on Wednesday 13 July.

The Westminster Commission on Autism has called for the introduction of an ‘anonymous register’ of people with autism to be included in the Quality Outcomes Framework (QOF).

Somerset County Council has approved a deal to allow its services for adults with learning disabilities to be run by an external organisation.

Gwynedd Council is overseeing plans to introduce a major shake-up of education in the area, with particular focus to the way in which schools are managed.

Sutton Coldfield Town Council has called on Birmingham City Council to provide £3 million to restore a crumbling town hall to enable it to host events and performances.

The proposal to devolve further financial powers to London has gained the support of Communities Secretary Greg Clark.

A new enquiry has been launched to explore the impact of funding cuts on local parks and possible funding models to be used in the future.

Neighbourhood Plans continue to gather interest with the news that the initiative has now broken through the 200 mark.

More than 1,000 barristers have argued that the referendum result is advisory and called for Parliament to act on the EU referendum vote.

The expansion of Heathrow Airport is necessary to help safeguard the future of the north east economy, a council has warned government.

Decaying seaside towns could get a tourism boost after a camping for the creation of a seaside tsar.

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