A court ruled yesterday the Government’s attempt to prevent councils boycotting Israel through their pension schemes is ‘unlawful’.
Lincoln residents will soon be able to hire a Lamborghini as a ‘taxi with a twist’, council says.
The Government should make available emergency funds for local authorities to check cladding and to install sprinklers in tower blocks, Labour says.
New research suggests there is a ‘massive shortfall’ in the number of planning permissions granted in areas of England where housing need is highest.
County leaders are urging the Government not to ‘kick social care reform into the long grass’ after last week’s General Election.
Every household whose home was destroyed in the Grenfell Tower fire will receive £5,500 from an emergency fund, the Government today announced.
A man has been killed and 10 others injured after a man drove a van into worshippers near a north London mosque last night.
'Smart’ streetlights have been installed in Essex offering the potential to monitor pollution, guide driverless vehicles, and create Wi-Fi hotspots.
Critics of the Government’s air quality plan has said it will ‘fail’ because it ignores the growing impact of congestion on pollution in city centres.
Manchester has announced the beginning of a £100m roads revival that will see the resurfacing of some of the city’s key roads.