An analysis over three months last year revealed 188,000 abusive tweets were sent to MPs, with Brexit marking a high point for online abuse.
The Liberal Democrats have pledged to hold a second referendum on Brexit and invest almost £7bn into education if elected in June.
The public will feel ‘stitched up’ if central government doesn’t deliver jobs, housing and prospects in the aftermath of Brexit, according to Labour local government spokesman Jim McMahon.
The impact of Brexit on the morale of social care workers from the remaining EU countries is ‘unwelcome’ and ‘concerning’, MPs say.
The prime minister has announced an early General Election in order to ‘unify Westminster’ ahead of Brexit negotiations.
The impact of Brexit on public services must be given priority in negotiations with the EU, local government financial experts have urged.
The chair of the powerful Public Accounts Committee has predicted Brexit will lead to ‘rushed and bad decisions’ by Whitehall.
Brexit must lead to ‘new legislative freedoms and flexibilities’ for councils, local government leaders insist.
Whitehall must grant small town England ‘radical new powers’ to revive moribund local economies if the country is to make a success of Brexit, think tank says.
Council negotiators have resigned themselves to taking a financial hit from Brexit as they continue talks with ministers, The MJ understands.