A court ruled yesterday the Government’s attempt to prevent councils boycotting Israel through their pension schemes is ‘unlawful’.
The government’s cap on benefits lone parents with children under two can receive has been dismissed by a high court judge as unlawful and discriminatory.
Campaigners are challenging a government ban on council pension schemes withdrawing investment from companies associated with Israel.
Campaigners have been granted permission to appeal against the decision to allow fracking in Lancashire.
Harlow Council and Essex County Council have applied to the High Court to extend an injunction banning travellers from setting up unauthorised camps.
An Essex council has been fined £150,000 for publishing sensitive personal information in an online planning application document.
A council in Cheshire has secured a ‘landmark ruling’ from the Supreme Court that will better protect green areas from speculative housing developments.
The country’s largest representative body for providers of adult social care has accused Essex council of ‘unlawful’ practices with regards to how much it pays care home providers.
Pro-Palestine campaigners have been granted permission to take the Government to the High Court over law preventing councils from boycotting companies involved in Israel’s human rights violations.
Lancashire County Council has agreed to refund motorists who were fined for driving in a new bus lane that had not been labelled clearly enough.