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Building more homes
Published : 27 July 2016

The Economic Affairs Committee in its report “Building more homes” has strongly recommended that the Government lift its target by ... read more

Statement: the status of EU nationals in the UK
Published : 27 July 2016

There has been no change to the rights and status of EU nationals in the UK, and UK nationals in the EU, as a result of the referendum. The ... read more

Urgent assurances over EU funding needed
Published : 27 July 2016

Council leaders want ‘urgent assurances’ from Whitehall that they will still receive billions in EU funding following the referendum ... read more

Council to rebel against publicity guidelines
Published : 27 July 2016

Wirral Council could be set to defy Government guidelines by launching a new monthly publication. The council is considering using part of their ... read more

Forestry Commission launches teachers’ pack
Published : 27 July 2016

Research has shown that 82% of teachers would like to participate in outdoor learning. To enable this Forestry Commission England’s learning ... read more

Greater protection for public paths
Published : 27 July 2016

The Open Spaces Society welcomes the introduction of new rules which ensure public paths are identified before property is sold. The Law Society’s ... read more

Claim our commons now
Published : 27 July 2016

“We have less than five years in which to claim our commons. The Open Spaces Society is leading the campaign to ensure that all common ... read more

More schools use pupil premium to plug budget holes
Published : 27 July 2016

New research has shown a growing number of schools are using funding for disadvantaged pupils to offset budget cuts elsewhere. A survey, conducted ... read more

1,000 children referred to deradicalisation programme
Published : 27 July 2016

More than 1,000 children have been referred for deradicalisation in a year as teachers embrace their duty to stop pupils becoming terrorists. ... read more

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