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LGA responds to Prime Minister's pledge to include Domestic Abuse Bill in Queen's Speech
Spending Round 2019: on the day briefing
Brexit advice hub
Bus journeys fall by more than 300 million in five years
“The continuing decline in bus journeys emphasises the need to protect bus services and for councils to be able to invest in funding subsidised routes."
LGA responds to Heritage Open Days
“Many councils across the country are celebrating Heritage Open Days by running events in important cultural buildings and green spaces."
“Tackling domestic abuse is an issue that councils take very seriously which is why we support further measures to improve work with local partners to help support more victims and stop this horrendous crime."
LGA responds to Carers UK report on unpaid carers
“Our care system could not survive without the contribution of unpaid carers who provide vital support for thousands of people every day."
LGA responds to RSPH report on tackling childhood obesity
Cllr Ian Hudspeth, Chairman of the Local Government Association’s Community Wellbeing Board, responds to a RSPH report on improving the street environment to help tackle childhood obesity.
LGA responds to latest homelessness statistics
Local Government Association’s Housing spokesman, Cllr David Renard, responds to the latest homelessness statistics showing the number of households living in temporary accommodation.
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