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Exit pay cap judicial review hearing granted

A judicial review hearing into the public sector exit pay cap will take place in March.

Sandwell's outsourced refuse workers secure back pay deal

Refuse workers in Sandwell are set to receive substantial back pay following intervention by trade union Unite.

ADCS issues warning of family crisis to come

The Government need to provide a long-term financial settlement for to tackle rising demand for children’s services, experts have warned as economic consequences of COVID hit.

Spending on libraries drops by £20m in past year

The total spend on British libraries has fallen by nearly £20m in the past financial year, new figures have revealed.

MPs launch inquiry into local government finance

An inquiry examining what approach Whitehall should take to funding local government as part of upcoming spending review has been launched by MPs.

Lockdowns should be decided locally, says WHO special envoy

Decisions on local coronavirus restrictions should be made locally, a top World Health Organisation official has urged.

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‘Localism’ plan may run out of time

Devolved and local government has been put at the heart of the Queen’s Speech.

LGA launches 'resident satisfaction' service

Council leaders launch a new data service aimed at collating residents' views on local services.

Sweet revenge in economic battle

Trade union Unison last week staged a confected photo opportunity outside Parliament.