Local authorities have been urging people to complete their Census forms, warning them that a failure to do so will cost their local authority millions of pounds in lost grants.
Some tricky footwork by the Government in presenting statistics on sport and on local authority funding has gone unpunished by the regulator.
Local authorities strapped for cash are aiming to cut their library budgets, an unpopular but, they say, unavoidable
The claim by the Equality and Human Rights Commission that there is no evidence that immigrants get favourable access to social housing was based on faulty reasoning.
Four out of five people are satisfied with their local area as a place to live, a new survey published today by the Department of Communities and Local Government (CLG) has found. But issues about how the survey was designed and carried out, together with an embarrassingly low response rate to some questions, suggest we shouldn’t attach too much importance to the findings.