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Treasury press adviser Julian Winnington-Smythe on the Autumn Statement after he accidentally took a truth drug…
Who would have thought Bradford MBC was sitting on millions of pounds in valuable paintings?
Former GLC leader Ken Livingstone had never made a speech in his old County Hall offices since the GLC was abolished by Mrs Thatcher in 1986.
Inhabitants of East Riding are fortunate enough to live in a district whose director of public health is a TV star.
The press reacted with predictable outrage when the leadership of Rochdale BC proposed to increase its chief executive’s salary.
I read in the paper this week that some inspection quango said that councils have made half their savings by reducing staff.
Bristol City Council has announced the appointment of its third strategic director as part of a mayor restructure.
As local authorities increasingly look for commercial acumen, MJ round table with Penna considered the implications of business thinking in a political world.
Introducing the next MJ Future Forum on budget planning and preparing for the new Spending Review.
New vice-president of the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI)
Senior figures in local government have hit back at the latest attack on the role of council chief executives.
Stephen Cirrell looks at the difference between community energy renewal projects and civic schemes.