Our Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme has protected millions of jobs and businesses across the UK during the outbreak – and the Chancellor has been clear that he wants to avoid a cliff edge and get people back to work in a measured way.
Councillor Hilary Cole, portfolio holder for Housing has welcomed news that West Berkshire Council will receive an additional £475,009 to tackle rough sleeping this year to support some of the most vulnerable people in our community.
Conservative-led West Berkshire Council last night approved the budget for 2020/21 introduced by Council Leader Cllr Lynne Doherty. It sees West Berkshire Council funding increased by 5.6%, the biggest funding boost in a decade for the Local Authority.
Councillor Richard Somner, portfolio holder for Transport and Countryside has welcomed news that the A4 in West Berkshire is set to receive vital upgrades thanks to a £93 million investment into the country’s roads by the Conservative Government.
Putting social care on a sustainable footing is one of the biggest long-term challenges facing society.
The UK needs a long-term solution that will stand the test of time, and so we are committed to an ambitious three-point plan:
The Government needs to modernise the Mental Health Act to ensure people have greater control over their treatment and receive the dignity and respect they deserve.
People subject to the Act will receive better care and have a much greater say in that care.