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Sixty Icon Housing minister open to considering changes to borrowing cap policy
The housing minister has said he is open to considering changes to the government’s policy of lifting the borrowing cap only for certain councils.
Inside Housing - Posted 12/03/2018

Major changes to Bucks as government pushes forward with super-councils plans
Plans to abolish all five councils in Bucks and replace them with a single unitary authority have been given the green light by Government.
Bucks Free Press - Posted 12/03/2018

‘Don’t blame local councils for housing shortage’
Local authorities should not take the blame for the housing shortage, a Lewes Liberal Democrat councillor said this week.
Sussex Express - Posted 12/03/2018

Sixty Icon Housing Minister announces homes boost for rural families
Rural communities will be given more options to convert agricultural buildings into family homes to better meet local housing needs through planning rule changes.
24 Housing - Posted 12/03/2018

Sixty Icon Lib Dems call for overhaul of council powers
Party wants to see more investment in social and affordable housing.
24 Housing - Posted 12/03/2018

Newham mayoral hopeful calls for vote on scrapping role
Rokhsana Fiaz is challenging Sir Robin Wales, the mayor of the London borough since 2002.
The Guardian - Posted 12/03/2018

Sixty Icon The first Spring Statement: no surprises sprung?
On Tuesday 13 March the Chancellor Phillip Hammond will present the first Spring Statement to Parliament.
Institute for Fiscal Studies - Posted 12/03/2018

Theresa May's post-Brexit 'global Britain' pledge is just a 'slogan', MPs warn
'Confusion' about the Prime Minister’s phrase for maintaining international standing outside the EU risks 'damaging the UK’s reputation'.
The Independent - Posted 12/03/2018

Sixty Icon Government Announces £300m For 10 Million Brits Who Will Live To 100
Measures will help pensioners stay in their own homes.
Huffington Post - Posted 12/03/2018

Philip Hammond: there is light at the end of the tunnel for UK debt
Chancellor says public finances will improve but councils will not get a major cash injection.
The Guardian - Posted 11/03/2018

Sixty Icon McDonnell: UK economy 'still scraping the bottom'
He is the shadow chancellor not shy of a word that would have made Tony Blair blanch.
BBC - Posted 11/03/2018

Sixty Icon We're not out of austerity tunnel yet - Chancellor Philip Hammond
Chancellor Philip Hammond has rejected calls to announce the end of austerity in his spring statement on Tuesday.
BBC - Posted 11/03/2018

Sixty Icon ‘Astonished’ MPs told £817m has gone unspent in housing budget
Ministers face demand for urgent answers over return of cash to Treasury.
The Guardian - Posted 11/03/2018

Sixty Icon Plans to hand Newham Council buildings and land to subsidiary company ‘published in error’
Plans to hand council-owned buildings to a subsidiary company were “published in error” just weeks before they were due to go before councillors.
Newham Recorder - Posted 10/03/2018

Sixty Icon Present Tory housing policy ‘steps back’ from White Paper
Former No10 housing advisor warns the new national planning framework actually cuts the government’s housing target.
24 Housing - Posted 10/03/2018

“End The Immediate Crisis In Local Government” – McDonnell’s Full Speech Ahead Of Spring Statement
This is the full text of John McDonnell’s speech today ahead of the Spring Statement on Tuesday.
LabourList - Posted 10/03/2018

Sixty Icon UK may have breached human rights over Grenfell Tower, says UN
Special rapporteur says views of survivors have not been heard before and after the fire.
The Guardian - Posted 09/03/2018

Mayor of Watford Dorothy Thornhill slams Government demands to build more houses
The Mayor of Watford has slammed new Government demands to increase the number of houses being built in the borough, warning it will lead to “town cramming”.
Watford Observe - Posted 09/03/2018

Sixty Icon Theresa May fails to guarantee women's refuges will not close amid funding overhaul
Campaigners say four in 10 refuges could close if supported accommodation changes go ahead.
The Independent - Posted 09/03/2018

Brexit 'will make Britain poorer over 15 years under all possible scenarios', Government's impact report finds
The UK will become poorer over 15 years after Brexit under all possible scenarios, according to the Government's analysis.
London Evening Standard - Posted 09/03/2018

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