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Plans underway for £1m boost to buses

Lancashire County Council will this week take a major step towards improving the county's bus network, with councillors due to meet to discuss where investment is most needed.

Tackling unfair practices in the leasehold market

The government’s Housing White Paper ‘Fixing our broken housing market’ published in February 2017 highlighted the government’s aim to improve consumer choice and fairness in the leasehold sector.

Crackdown on unfair leasehold practices

Radical new proposals to cut out unfair abuses of leasehold announced. 

Radical new proposals to cut out unfair abuses of leasehold have been announced by the government today (25 July 2017) in a major move that will deliver a fairer, more transparent system for homebuyers.

Unemployment: The Facts

Since 2010 unemployment has fallen by 3.5% and is now at its lowest level since 1975.

Unemployment: The Facts

Since 2010 unemployment has fallen by 3.5% and is now at its lowest level since 1975.

CC Aidy Riggott on the Conservative plan to reopen Lancashire's libraries

County Councillor Aidy Riggott writes "Last week I was proud to join my Conservative colleagues County Councillor's Keith Iddon, Andrew Snowden and Mark Perks in voting to reopen the Lancashire libraries that had been disgracefully closed by the previous Labour administration at County Hall.

Boost to Schools Funding

The Education Secretary, Justine Greening, has announced an extra £1.3 billion boost to core schools funding.

Boost to Schools Funding

The Education Secretary, Justine Greening, has announced an extra £1.3 billion boost to core schools funding.

Investing in technical education

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