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Sixty Icon Grenfell inquiry cuts ties with KPMG following complaints
An open letter from MPs and academics had called for the accountancy firm to be dropped over potential conflicts of interest.
The Guardian - Posted 08/01/2018

Theresa May to reshuffle cabinet on Monday, No 10 confirms
Ministers seen as possible casualties in rejig prompted by loss of Damian Green include Justine Greening and Andrea Leadsom.
The Guardian - Posted 07/01/2018

Met asks government to pay for Grenfell investigation
The Metropolitan Police has asked for £38m from the Home Office pay for its investigation into the Grenfell Tower fire.
Inside Housing - Posted 07/01/2018

Sixty Icon Housing Minister confirms that UK needs a better housing policy for older people
The UK needs a better housing policy to deal with the needs of older people whether they want to stay in their own home or rent, the Housing Minister has confirmed.
Property Wire - Posted 06/01/2018

Labour calls on Tories to sack council leader who demanded homeless people be removed for royal wedding
Exclusive: Labour Shadow Housing Secretary says Simon Dudley should be sacked over call to remove homeless people from Windsor.
The Independent - Posted 06/01/2018

Sadiq Khan accuses Government of driving rising violent crime with cuts after spate of murders in London
'Services starved of funding and we are now paying a heavy price,' Labour Mayor says.
The Independent - Posted 05/01/2018

Met asks Government for an extra £38 million funding for Grenfell probe
Scotland Yard has asked the Government for £38 million towards the Grenfell Tower investigation, claiming the demands on police time could leave them facing unreasonable costs.
London Evening Standard - Posted 05/01/2018

New revolt over Theresa May's Brexit migrant strategy: six senior Tories say they'll force PM to take student numbers out of key figures
Theresa May is today facing another Commons defeat after six senior Tory MPs told the Standard that they will vote to remove students from immigration figures.
London Evening Standard - Posted 05/01/2018

Sixty Icon Grenfell Tower fire: Police ask for £38m to fund investigation
The Metropolitan Police has asked the Home Office to pay £38m for its Grenfell Tower fire investigation.
BBC - Posted 05/01/2018

Royal wedding: Theresa May joins Windsor begging row debate
Theresa May has entered into the debate about "aggressive begging" in Windsor ahead of the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
BBC - Posted 05/01/2018

Theresa May needs two Cabinets if she wants to drive through Brexit and fix the housing crisis
This week, Theresa May declared it her “personal mission” to fix Britain’s housing crisis, a pledge she has made several times over recent months. So far, though, the Government’s policies to address the country’s chronic homes shortage have been weak and counter-productive.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 05/01/2018

Sixty Icon City council budget plans biggest programme of asset investment for over a decade, and expands support for people in most need
Major capital investment including 500 new council homes, significant council land redevelopment, and investment in digital technology and CCTV are the centrepiece of the Cambridge City Council annual Budget Report published today, the biggest council investment in its major sites and community assets for well over a decade.
Cambridge City Council - Posted 05/01/2018

Met wants £38m from Home Office toward Grenfell investigation cost
Investigation now one of the biggest and most complex ever undertaken in the UK with offences ranging from manslaughter to misconduct in public office.
24 Housing - Posted 04/01/2018

Sixty Icon Theresa May criticises Windsor councillor for homelessness comments
Theresa May has criticised the leader of Windsor & Maidenhead Council for his demands that police “take action” against rough sleepers before next year’s royal wedding.
Inside Housing - Posted 04/01/2018

Sixty Icon Domestic violence bill could be undermined by refuge funding plans, charity warns
A domestic violence charity has warned that government plans for changes to the funding of women’s refuges could undermine the aims of a bill that will give abuse victims lifetime tenancies.
Inside Housing - Posted 04/01/2018

Sixty Icon Will neglect drive Yorkshire to a Catalan-style revolt?
England’s most substantial province should be on a par with Scotland, yet devolution remains a distant dream.
The Guardian - Posted 04/01/2018

Jeremy Hunt calls for ten-year plan to revamp the NHS as Tories round on Labour for 'politicising' the crisis
Jeremy Hunt last night called for a ten-year strategy to adapt the health service – as Tories rounded on Labour for 'politicising' a health crisis they insist is afflicting Western nations.
Mail Online - Posted 04/01/2018

Sixty Icon Christchurch bids to stop Dorset councils reorganisation
A council in Dorset is to ask the government to stop plans to merge all the county's councils into two single authorities.
BBC - Posted 04/01/2018

‘Future for London’ housing project claims another Councillor
Haringey Council rocked by the latest loss of a cabinet councillor amid claims the borough’s £2bn HDV scheme no longer has a mandate.
24 Housing - Posted 03/01/2018

Sixty Icon Haringey cabinet member resigns over development vehicle
A member of Haringey Council’s cabinet has resigned over the controversial Haringey Development Vehicle (HDV).
Inside Housing - Posted 03/01/2018

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