Home   News   Politics

Politics




Attempt to call in decision to cut Citizens Advice funding in Suffolk fails

Attempt to call in decision to cut Citizens Advice funding in Suffolk fails

Attempt to call in decision to cut Citizens Advice funding in Suffolk fails

A challenge to plans to axe funding to Citizens Advice at Suffolk County Council has failed to gain traction.


New mental health plan for Suffolk seeks radical reform

New mental health plan for Suffolk seeks radical reform

New mental health plan for Suffolk seeks radical reform

Experts behind a new mental health plan in Suffolk say a widespread culture change is needed, and urged all health bosses to get behind the proposals.


Council tax bills in Suffolk set for £65 rise after budget proposals approved

Council tax bills in Suffolk set for £65 rise after budget proposals approved

Council tax bills in Suffolk set for £65 rise after budget proposals approved

Homes across Suffolk are set to see their council tax bills rise by around £65 from April, after county council budget proposals were approved.


Council-owned investment firm could borrow another £50m to invest in property outside Suffolk

Council-owned investment firm could borrow another £50m to invest in property outside Suffolk

Council-owned investment firm could borrow another £50m to invest in property outside Suffolk

A council-owned investment firm, which has come under fire for acquiring sites outside Suffolk, could borrow another £50m to invest in more property.


Citizens Advice funding cuts remain as part of Suffolk County Council's budget

Citizens Advice funding cuts remain as part of Suffolk County Council's budget

Citizens Advice funding cuts remain as part of Suffolk County Council's budget

More than £10 million of cutbacks remain in Suffolk County Council’s budget – with plans to phase out Citizens Advice grants still set to go ahead.


Labour criticises decision to continue private outsourcing of waste collection in Babergh

Labour criticises decision to continue private outsourcing of waste collection in Babergh

Labour criticises decision to continue private outsourcing of waste collection in Babergh

Opposition councillors have criticised a council’s decision to continue outsourcing refuse collections to a private company.


Business rate scheme which generated over £10m for Suffolk will not continue

Business rate scheme which generated over £10m for Suffolk will not continue

Business rate scheme which generated over £10m for Suffolk will not continue

A funding pot, which generated more than £10 million for regeneration projects across Suffolk, will not continue next year, it has emerged.


Babergh faces further four years of tax rises as district braces for 'most difficult time financially' ever

Babergh faces further four years of tax rises as district braces for 'most difficult time financially' ever

Babergh faces further four years of tax rises as district braces for 'most difficult time financially' ever

Babergh is set to face a further four years of tax rises – as the district braces itself for the “most difficult time financially” it has ever seen.


South Suffolk MP warns of terrible impasse if no consensus is reached on Brexit

South Suffolk MP warns of terrible impasse if no consensus is reached on Brexit

South Suffolk MP warns of terrible impasse if no consensus is reached on Brexit

The MP for South Suffolk has warned that Parliament would be “heading for a terrible impasse”, should it fail to reach a consensus on the Brexit deal.


Unison rejects Suffolk County Council's mandatory unpaid leave proposals

Unison rejects Suffolk County Council's mandatory unpaid leave proposals

Unison rejects Suffolk County Council's mandatory unpaid leave proposals

Unison has increased its pressure on Suffolk County Council, after members rejected a plan to make savings with mandatory unpaid leave for its staff.


This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies - Learn More