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Labour has called for all areas to receive greater Government backing after Whitehall shifted the focus of its housing cash.
The Universal Credit reforms announced as part of the budget means an additional 200,000 families will be better off under the new benefit system, compared to the old one.
A cycling charity has called for an ‘overhaul’ of the UK’s cycle network, a move they argue could help add nearly £8bn to the economy.
Council directors have called for a systematic change to the ‘broken’ system of funding for local roads maintenance.
Swindon’s consultation on plans to withdraw the kerbside collection of plastics is a ‘regressive step’, says the environment minister.
The union for school support staff has called on councils and schools to sign a charter of demands to help prevent violence against support staff in schools.
Around 10% of rental properties in England are likely to be advertised unlawfully by explicitly discriminating against people who rely on housing benefit.
Tendring District Council has confirmed it is being prosecuted for failing to manage the risk of Legionella at its leisure centre sites.
Councils are being urged to bid for new funding to to step up enforcement action against irresponsible landlords.
The existing regime of benefit sanctions for those with disabilities or other health conditions is ‘arbitrarily punitive’ and needs reassessing, MPs have warned.