We will break down barriers, improve skills, get more people into better-paying jobs, and ensure support reaches those that need it.
Airbnb supports nationwide rules that help normal families while giving authorities the information they need to regulate short-term letting activity and clamp down on speculators.
Most of us can get used to dysfunction in the busy and familiar setting of our day-to-day lives. But a change of scene offers a different perspective.
It is also important to ease the shortage of craftsmen, with the knowledge and specialist skills to restore furniture and artworks.
Where the Conservatives have scrapped centuries-old taxes, Labour and Plaid Cymru can’t stop dreaming up new ones.
Selaine Saxby and Julian Sturdy join a ConservativeHome Live discussion on how to develop the Rural Powerhouse.
The Government should mirror Scotland and Wales in permanently liberalising rules around temporary camp sites
But legislation must have teeth – robust enforcement and effective deterrence, not just token fines for multi-billion-pound serial exploiters.
For those of us living in the countryside, there was little new to get excited about in the Chancellor’s Budget.
Our aim is to re-acquaint all of our residents, businesses, and visitors, with our fantastic waterfront and local coastline; after all we are Britain’s Ocean City.
To help operators in this sector, the Government should create a simple, new national registration system.
When Eastbourne pier is once more thronged with French teenagers, we can heave a sigh of relief.
The appointment of O’Brien to lead the forthcoming levelling-up white paper shows real commitment to the agenda.
It’s inconceivable that Plaid Cymru won’t make pressing for an independence referendum the price for its support in a coalition with Labour.
The Culture Secretary promises “all options” to allow summer holidays will be explored but warns about rising EU cases.