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The Wellbeing of Future Generations Bill will revolutionise how the UK thinks and plans for the long-term, and will give future generations a voice in decision-making, writes Lord Bird.
A Labour official whose brother was suspended for alleged anti-semitism has been elected chair of the party's disputes panel.
Conservative London mayoral candidate Shaun Bailey writes about his hope that the Budget tomorrow will bring further investment in the fight against homelessness.
Design flaws in the way Universal Credit supports families with childcare are forcing single mums to fork out up to £1,400 a month in nursery bills, before waiting up to a month to be reimbursed, according to new analysis by Save the Children.
A Labour frontbencher has launched a bitter attack on party bosses over the "astonishing" decision to suspend anti-racism campaigner Trevor Phillips over claims of Islamophobia.
Talk of cancelling major sporting fixtures in the UK due to coronavirus is “very premature”, according to Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden.
Now is the time for government to measure success in ways other than economic performance
A Future Generations Bill would revolutionise how the UK thinks and plans
Leaseholders are too often viewed as sources of profit rather than homeowners – we must ensure protective proposals are swift and wide-ranging
Landlords who flout the law on Airbnb-style holiday lets are costing councils and impacting housing supply. We must act now to tighten regulation
An amendment is needed to the Renters’ Reform Bill to prosecute “sex for rent” landlords and reassure victims they won’t be accused of prostitution
By combining effective oversight of building regulations with a focus on fire safety procedures we can help people to feel safe in their homes
A leading anti-racism campaigner has been suspended by the Labour Party for alleged Islamophobia.
Boris Johnson supports a plan to build a tunnel under the Irish Sea rather than a bridge linking Northern Ireland with the UK mainland, it has emerged.
Delivering the homes Britain needs whilst meeting our climate targets will require creativity: making good use of the existing housing stock, particularly long-term empty homes, and insisting on the highest possible standards in new builds, says Nationwide.
If siblings can’t be placed together, they should have the same rights to have contact with each other as they do with their mothers and fathers, writes Emma Lewell Buck MP.
The Home Office is being urged to overhaul its asylum rules to stop people being left "destitute" just weeks after winning the right to live in the UK.