The First Minister has allowed cafés which serve alcohol to remain open. But restaurants and pubs who sell snacks must close.
The bill for TfL staff working on trade union activities has nearly doubled under him to £8.7 million.
Historical reality is that there is no colour-bar on human wickedness and suffering, just as there is no colour-bar on human achievement.
There is a strong case that better targeting will be more effective and less harmful.
Our survey identified 18,083 owned by councils in London. The true figure is likely to be over 20,000.
If Gove’s goal of breaking down education’s Berlin Wall is to be achieved, it will be Birbalsingh and her colleagues who have made the first breach.
Joe Anderson, Liverpool’s Mayor, and other city council leaders in the north have joined together to say that they “do not support further economic lockdowns”.
Gareth Lyon: Reforming social care must include an increase in the supply of accommodation. More choice is needed.
In the UK, our retirement communities sector provides about a tenth of the capacity per head as that in New Zealand and Australia.
Releasing industrial land to build homes and preventative measures to tackle violent crime are the policies we need.
Local authorities have welcomed those seeking sanctuary and helped to integrate them smoothly into their new surroundings.
Joe Porter: In Staffordshire Moorlands, we are taking practical action to help tackle climate change
Community orchards, wildflower meadows, peatland restoration, and woodland expansion benefit our environment and our economy.
The Government must improve its communication, avoiding bluster and phrases that patronise the public.
Gerard Dugdill: Anger persists over the loss of our traditional counties. Proper names and boundaries must be restored.
You wouldn’t want your name to be changed against your will, and nobody voted for their history to be rewritten by bureaucrats.
Communities demand a real say on development. Planners can’t get away with fake consultations any longer.
Pledges on housing and the environment were abandoned. The Labour Group became embroiled in bullying and anti-semitism.