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Lib Dems propose volunteer-run libraries in Bristol

Liberal Democrat councillors in Bristol have floated the idea of putting volunteers in charge of libraries rather than closing them completely.

Fri 06 Oct 2017

Islington to introduce a special policy for off licences

Islington Council is seeking feedback from the licensed trade on a review of its licensing policy.

Wed 27 Sep 2017

Tower Hamlets to introduce late-night levy in new year

Licensed premises in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets will be required to pay a charge in order to serve alcohol after midnight from January 1st.

Wed 27 Sep 2017

Housing providers say welfare policy is 'hindering efforts to tackle homelessness'

Many councils and housing associations believe their efforts to tackle homelessness are being jeopardised by the government's welfare policies.

Tue 26 Sep 2017

CIH calls for more government investment in affordable housing

The Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) has criticised ministers for under-investing in affordable housing.

Fri 15 Sep 2017

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