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The number of families described as ‘working homeless’ has soared over the past five years, housing charity Shelter has warned.
The UK’s success at recycling may be being boosted by fraudulent exports of unrecyclable materials, auditors have claimed.
Public finances continue to perform better than expectations, although total borrowing is up year-on-year even before the promised increase in health spending.
MPs today called for more funds to help end a so-called postcode lottery for children’s services.
James Brokenshire is considering new models of devolution as he seeks to extend further powers to local areas, the communities secretary has insisted.
The Government has announced a new digital declaration, backed up by £7.5m funding, to help councils transform their online services.
Parts of the country could be left behind when Whitehall rolls out its local industrial strategies, a senior Local Government Association (LGA) figure has warned.
Communities secretary James Brokenshire has failed to make a firm commitment to fighting for more funding for councils despite warnings the 'bank of local government is running on empty'.
When it comes to improving public services, what’s good for local government should be good for central government. Piali Das Gupta looks at why the latter can benefit from adopting the principles of the former
Auditors have heavily criticised the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) for the design and implementation of Universal Credit.