What’s happening in local government beyond brexit? We look in this briefing at consultations, select committee inquiries and the key issues facing councils. But, of course, brexit is still at the top of the political agenda and some of the ongoing contentious issues are here too.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond has given the Budget Statement to the House of Commons. LGiU brings member the key announcements for local government by policy area.
Local Elections 2018: the results 150 councils across England went to the polls, including all London boroughs, many metropolitan boroughs and a number of districts. LGiU live blogged the elections from start to finish – thanks to those who joined us on the live blog, on Twitter and even in the office! This briefing covers […]
Philip Hammond delivered his Spring Statement to Parliament, the first of his pared-down spring updates since he announced that the Autumn Budget would be the main annual fiscal event.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond has given the Budget Statement to the House of Commons.
On Your Radar November provides information on relevant government consultations, select committee inquiries and legislation. We also look at the current political agenda and the implications for local government in the immediate and longer term.
Today the Repeal Bill was published. This will be the most significant legislation for decades and among the most contentious. We consider why here and also update members on the negotiations, citizens rights, other brexit bills and what is happening in local government and also in Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Our summary of the 2017 Queen's Speech, including key bills relating to local government and our comment.
In March, NHS England published its Next Steps update on the Five Year Forward View. What is already underway and how could the result of the general election impact on planned developments in health and social care over the next period?
This briefing is one of a series on the general election. It provides a summary of key proposals in Labour’s manifesto. We will also be publishing briefings on the manifestos of the Conservative Party and on the smaller parties, followed by some analysis of the localism proposals across the parties.