The number of elderly people receiving care in their homes has fallen by 17 per cent since Labour allowed councils to restrict help to the most needy.
Drivers of large ?gas guzzling? cars face higher car park and meter charges under new council plans.
Village life is under threat with moves to relax planning laws to pave the way for the largest development of “affordable” rural homes in a generation
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Words such as “cross fertilisation” and “incentivising” are baffling town hall jargon and should be banned according to one council leader.
Hundreds of children who suffered neglect or abuse at the hands of their parents have been given the green light to sue councils
Lap dancing clubs may be closed if they are located too near “inappropriate” sites such as schools
Fears over politicisation of forces fuelled revolt by officers and councils
Boris Johnson plans to make almost £1bn of cost savings during the next 3 years
The number of children’s services in England deemed inadequate at keeping children safe has doubled in one year.