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Neighbourhood planning handbook launched for councillors

22/05/2017Neighbourhood planning handbook launched for councillors

A handbook to help councillors plan their neighbourhoods has been launched by a key local government organisation.   The publication, c... more >
Tory plans to achieve budget surplus by 2025 slammed as ‘disappointing’

22/05/2017Tory plans to achieve budget surplus by 2025 slammed as ‘disappointing’

Conservative targets to achieve a budget surplus for public sector borrowing by 2025 have been described as “disappointing” by a key ... more >
Counties back pledges to scrap ‘arbitrary’ mayors for devo deals

22/05/2017Counties back pledges to scrap ‘arbitrary’ mayors for devo deals

County councils have welcomed the decision taken by the three main political parties to drop plans that would stop areas without a directly elect... more >
Punitive benefit cuts pushing mental health sufferers further into poverty

22/05/2017Punitive benefit cuts pushing mental health sufferers further into poverty

The benefits system is causing a large number of people suffering with mental health problems to be made even more unwell, a new survey has found... more >
Mandatory voter ID checks ‘like using a sledgehammer to crack a nut’

19/05/2017Mandatory voter ID checks ‘like using a sledgehammer to crack a nut’

Experts have slammed the Conservatives manifesto pledge to make voters have to show ID to be able to vote in elections across the UK. The El... more >