A three-week period, where MPs can debate it, must now take place and, once signed off, preparations will be made for the changes to be introduced.
The matter was raised on Tuesday, when the reinstatement of a £120,000 annual grant was discussed – a year after it was announced funding would cease.
Fines aimed at deterring council tax fraud could be introduced in Babergh, if proposals being discussed next week are approved.
It means from the county’s portion of council tax alone, a Band B property will pay £40 a year more.
Finance chiefs confirmed in the first draft of the council’s budget for next year that it would be restoring a CAB grant of £360,000 over three years.
Conservative Party candidate James Cartlidge has been re-elected to serve as the MP for South Suffolk for the third time in five years.
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The outcome was due before the end of 2019, but due to the general election, a decision is not expected to be made until January 2020 at the earliest.
During a lively debate televised on ITV on Monday, sixth form students quizzed four parliamentary candidates on their political party’s manifestos.
The Suffolk Free Press has offered every candidate a chance to outline their pitch for your vote and what they pledge to do if elected.
The Diocese of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich and a former High Sheriff of Suffolk have paid their respects after the London Bridge attack on Friday.
Voters have a chance to quiz the prospective parliamentary candidates for South Suffolk at a hustings event at St John's Methodist Church next week.