Whitehall defends voter ID reform against accusations of ‘discrimination’

Whitehall defends voter ID reform against accusations of ‘discrimination’

The Government has defended its plans to require voters to produce ID when voting after watchdog warned reform may discriminate against ethnic minorities.

Council's pay freeze is ruled unlawful by Court of Appeal

Nottingham City Council was wrong to impose a freeze on incremental pay rises, the Court of Appeal has ruled.

Council's pay freeze is ruled unlawful by Court of Appeal
Enoch was wrong, integration can work – if we get it right locally

Steve Ballinger explores some of the challenges that local areas face when getting integration right today.

Why praying for a broadband miracle won’t work

Evan Wienburg argues that instead of praying for a broadband miracle, local authorities need to change their attitude to how future-proof broadband is rolled out.

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