The Bureau reveals more councils are under severe financial strain
Councils digging deep as spending cuts bite
Local authorities struggle to balance their books, as the spending crisis deepens
Following the trial of serial killer Theodore Johnson, concerns surface about scheme designed to warn others of violent partners.
As MPs head to parliament to debate the future of funding for women’s refuges, the Bureau reveals huge delays in promised funds and takes a closer look at the current crisis.
Concerns raised about the implementation of coercive control law
Refuge workers around England are struggling to admit women in fear of domestic violence, our investigation finds
Survivors and support workers tell the Bureau of a refuge system at breaking point
The Home Office is accused of "racial profiling" by human rights lawyers as MPs call for review
Before the election we identified 71 constituencies where new voters and those without a party could swing the balance. Of those, 20 seats changed hands - most were Tory losses.
Our analysis shows newly-registered voters and those whose party isn't standing this time around could play a decisive role in 71 seats across the country.
Facebook ads specifically tailored to users’ locations, gender and views on Brexit have been shown to voters in key marginal seats across the UK, the Bureau Local has found.
"Disappointing", "stage-managed" and "three minutes of nothing" - this is how local journalists across the country have described access to Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn in the run up to June 8.
Nearly 300 general election candidates - including 63 current and former MPs - have turned to crowdfunding sites to fund their campaigns, collectively aiming to raise nearly £900,000.
Analysis of Facebook ad data accessed by theThe Bureau Local has identified at least eight referendum-related campaign groups buying Facebook adverts that are attempting to swing voters.