Thousands of nurses will protest later over the pay cap - but it is thought Theresa May may lift it later this year.Read the full story ›
Do you value your local library enough to step in and run it for free? Well that is what's being asked of residents across Derby as the city council tries to save £700,000 a year.
The controversial plans mean more than 40 library staff will lose their jobs, and volunteers will take their place. But those opposed to it say it's unworkable, with one union even describing the shake-up as immoral. Chris Halpin reports.
Peterborough's former MP has been appointed the Brexit Secretary's chief of staff.Read the full story ›
UKIP MEP Bill Etheridge has withdrawn his leadership bid, urging "libertarian" candidates to unite against hard-liners.Read the full story ›
A quarter of childcare providers are likely to close under new funding.Read the full story ›
On Central Lobby this month reaction to the announcement that there will be a Public Inquiry in to the contaminated blood scandal, plus is there a crisis building in Early Years Funding, and we have a new MP on the sofa - find out just how nerve racking making your maiden speech in the House of Commons is.
Andrew Mitchell said reports that he claimed Prime Minister Theresa May is "dead in the water" were "overheated".Read the full story ›
How much do we really know about the safety of our high-rises? Adam Shaw investigates.Read the full story ›
UKIP West Midlands MEP, Bill Etheridge, has announced he is to stand to be the leader of UKIP.
The family of a girl from Leicester who died at Drayton Manor theme park want to get to the truth about her death, MPs have heard.Read the full story ›