CILIP president Ayub Khan MBE outlines the key challenges facing libraries, and how they can turn these into opportunities.
Fiona Noble argues for the introduction of separate YA and Children's Carnegie medals.
Established names such as Patrick Ness, Katherine Rundell and Jim Kay are longlisted for the 2018 CILIP Carnegie and Kate Greenaway medals alongside debut authors... Read more
Harrow and Ealing councils have taken their library services back in-house following the collapse of contractor Carillion.
Libraries body CILIP has called for a public inquiry to investigate whether the government knowingly issued contracts for the delivery of public services to a... Read more
A change in culture must take place in the way the CILIP Carnegie and Kate Greenaway Children’s Book Awards are administered "with no more buck... Read more
Relentless cuts to the public library service are turning the sector into a “war zone” and making it difficult to recruit staff, figures across the... Read more
Authors Philip Pullman, Malorie Blackman and Neil Gaiman are among over 150 book trade figures who have lent their support to a campaign to halt... Read more
The “highest library honour” has been awarded to illustrator Chris Riddell.
Over 1,000 libraries are running events for National Libraries Week, in a bid to “celebrate the transformation of libraries across the UK”.