Election reflection
GENERAL ELECTION

Election reflection

By Ian Miller | 08 July 2024

Ian Miller offers his personal reflections on polling day and the count in Wyre Forest, and he makes a plea for electoral legislation to be modernised

GENERAL ELECTION

Districts look forward to early collaboration with a new government

By Trevor Holden | 03 July 2024

Centrally-conceived policies have a greater chance of success if worked on collaboratively with l...

FINANCE

Sir Keir: We need to review voter ID rules

By Dan Peters | 19 June 2024

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has suggested his party would review the policy of mandatory voter...

LOCAL DEMOCRACY

Testing times at the elections

By Peter Stanyon | 18 June 2024

This election is a major test of the last two years of electoral change loaded on to a system alr...

FINANCE

A letter to the new PM

By Steve Leach | 11 June 2024

Steve Leach and Colin Copus write to the next Prime Minister with ideas for strengthening local g...

BUSINESS

Welsh editors in warning over council tax notice law

By Emily Twinch | 11 June 2024

Editors in Wales have issued a warning over the Welsh Government’s plans to stop council tax noti...

LOCAL DEMOCRACY

Stronger Things: Chief champions need to 'renew democracy'

By Paul Marinko | 04 June 2024

Councils can ‘renew democracy from the grassroots up,’ a borough chief has claimed in a plea for ...

LOCAL DEMOCRACY

Fortifying local democracy

By Mo Baines | 03 June 2024

A new report points towards a failure from the perspective of councillors of devolution and local...

LOCAL DEMOCRACY

Building participation that promotes community cohesion

29 May 2024

Carly Walker-Dawson looks at the actions UK local and regional governments can take to promote co...

ECONOMIC GROWTH

Feel the power

28 May 2024

Georgia Gould explains what Camden LBC is doing to harness and enhance the passion of people in a...

WHITEHALL

Lib Dems hit back at ex-minister Redwood

By Mark Conrad | 20 May 2024

Wokingham BC’s ruling Lib Dems have hit back at former local government minister Sir John Redwood...

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