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York Youth Council is opening its doors to a new wave of young applicants seeking to make a difference in local politics.
City of York Council warns new laws could cause “stunted business growth.”
The #Povertyforum hosted on Twitter sparks a big debate amongst experts, media, charities and other organisations over how the issue of poverty can be tackled.
Thomas Anelay offers his thoughts on last week’s budget and some of its implications for York’s economy.
York’s Green Party are challenging the recent City of York Council budget, proposing measures to maintain public services as opposed to putting more money into innovation projects.
For many years the system of government in England has been neglecting the North as the focus of government expenditure…
Flagship BBC programme Question Time is set to hold a televised debate in York on March 21st this year.
Business and politics correspondent Thomas Anelay reflects on the EU budget that might just happen.
Our business and politics columnist Thomas Anelay considers the difficulties of knowing who exactly is best placed to make our big decisions in a world of uncertainty.
Freedom of Speech in the corridors of Power.
It has been announced that City of York Council, is to become a member of a ‘combined authority’ with a team of ten other local authorities from North and West Yorkshire to have secured a share of a £1 billion public transport and highways fund and a £400 million pot to modernise infrastructure.
Next week will see the next Lord Mayor of York officially appointed, and the new the new public area on Parliament Street used for the very first time.
Following on from our hugely successful infographic analysis of the Budget Day Speech, we have created another one for the recent State Opening of Parliament. The Yatterbox analysts have crunched the numbers and the designers have been up all night working on the infographic; so it is time to share our findings.
Local businesses across the city are being encouraged to apply for regional funding as the council aim to boost York’s economy.
Recent statistics have shown that the number of people claiming Job Seekers Allowance (JSA) in York has fallen massively.
The GeniUS! scheme is now going global as the team behind it are heading for a worldwide innovation summit and awards ceremony in Rio de Janeiro on 2 May.