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An inquiry into cultural investment in cities has called for a UK-wide review of the benefits of a tourism tax.
Smith Square has acknowledged the financial challenges it faces as it freezes subscriptions while grappling with declining Government grants and a pension scheme deficit.
The number of public bodies in England with weak financial plans is ‘unacceptably high,’ the National Audit Office (NAO) has found.
Welsh councils will be handed an extra £23.6m in 2019/20 on the condition that they commit to regional working.
Newham LBC has denied claims that decisions to enter into controversial high-interest loans were illegitimate.
Councils have dismissed today’s Welsh Government’s finance settlement as a ‘bread and butter budget’ in which town halls ‘get the crumbs again’.
One in six top-tier councils are not providing vital welfare services devolved to them just as the sector’s budget cuts hit hard.
Surrey CC faces a funding gap of £94m by March 2021 unless it takes drastic action to change its finances, a report by accountancy experts has warned.
Fresh concerns have emerged about local enterprise partnerships (LEP) as the Government considers whether to use them to funnel UK Shared Prosperity Fund (UKSPF) cash.
Lewisham LBC’s budget gap has more than doubled following an ‘unprecedented’ overspend.