The government is twisting the rules of the game in their favour.
For the first time, the British government has proposed a legislative agenda it knows it cannot pass.
The EU is far from perfect, but the costs of leaving are becoming plain.
A PR drive with no purpose, telling everyone how inconvenient its own policy will be, on the basis of a deadline it cannot achieve.
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The need to reduce congestion and to improve air quality has put us on the brink of immeasurable change.
Find out which government department produces the most popular videos on Twitter.
Finally we have some clarity. But it only raises more questions.
Subdued speech tries to cover-up a staggeringly weak Brexit proposal.
Planning for people
The English planning system is under review. This video explains the issues and loopholes that lie in the current (and proposed) planning policy. It describes how we’d like to shape it to work for local people and the countryside, rather than to profit developers. Find out more at www.cpre.org.uk/planningforpeople
The UK government should put its planned Digital Services Tax on hold for at least a year, following signs of progress in reaching international agreement on taxation of digital giants and other multinational corporations, says the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT).
Scots are struggling more than ever to understand how devolved tax powers work, but a majority back plans for new tourist and car parking taxes, according to the latest survey of public opinion to be conducted for the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT).
This year BASC’s dedicated wildfowling team have helped secure over 32,000 acres of coastal land on behalf of clubs across England.
The British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC) has called on Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) to produce a fit for purpose general licence that seeks to “protect livelihoods, rural economies and the environment”.