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There is "overwhelming" support among Londoners for local leaders to take greater control over tax and spending in the capital, according to a new study.

Council tax freezes across England since 2010-11 have left public services £2.8bn worse off than if the charge had increased in line with inflation, according to new research.

Ministers have moved to ban the Royal Borough of Greenwich from printing a weekly newspaper in breach of the Code of Practice on local government publicity.

Enough unused public sector land has been sold to build more than 103,000 new homes, beating the original target set by the Prime Minister, Eric Pickles has announced.

There is "overwhelming" support among Londoners for local leaders to take greater control over tax and spending in the capital, according to a new study.

A ComRes survey of 1,700 residents...

Council tax freezes across England since 2010-11 have left public services £2.8bn worse off than if the charge had increased in line with inflation, according to new research.

The Chartered...

Ministers have moved to ban the Royal Borough of Greenwich from printing a weekly newspaper in breach of the Code of Practice on local government publicity.

Local government secretary Eric...