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Brexit vote ‘shows devolution should include struggling areas’

22/09/2016Brexit vote ‘shows devolution should include struggling areas’

The devolution programme is currently based on the assumption that “no more money is needed” and should therefore be redrawn in order to ensure financially disadvantaged areas aren&rs... more >
Public think ‘representing local area’ is lowest priority for politicians – IfG

19/09/2016Public think ‘representing local area’ is lowest priority for politicians – IfG

The public opinion of politicians is that they are less likely to be interested in representing their local area than in any other area, according to a new poll from the Institute for Government ... more >
‘No more burning injustice’ than failing elderly care system

15/09/2016‘No more burning injustice’ than failing elderly care system

Care for elderly people is failing to meet their needs because of cuts to local government spending, the King’s Fund and Nuffield Trust have said in a scathing new report. Central gove... more >

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A new Digital Transformation Strategy to meet the challenges of Brexit

19/09/2016A new Digital Transformation Strategy to meet the challenges of Brexit

The Digital Transformation Strategy is being updated to meet the growing remit of the Government Digital Service (GDS) and the challenges of the UK’s forthcoming exit from the European Unio... more >
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The secret to the success of one public estate

19/08/2016The secret to the success of one public estate

Central government has faced strong criticism... more >
Joint ventures: Are we better together?

19/04/2016Joint ventures: Are we better together?

Vivien Holland, local government advisory dir... more >
London needs a new deal to tackle the housing crisis

13/04/2016London needs a new deal to tackle the housing crisis

Tackling the capital’s housing crisis w... more >
What would Brexit mean for UK public agencies?

07/04/2016What would Brexit mean for UK public agencies?

Anand Menon, professor of European Politics a... more >

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A second generation LGPS

05/09/2016A second generation LGPS

Cllr Kieran Quinn, chair of the Gre... more >
Housing associations: proactive and reactive to homelessness

05/09/2016Housing associations: proactive and reactive to homelessness

Kat Sellers, health partnershipco-o... more >
Beyond integrated care and towards population health systems

31/08/2016Beyond integrated care and towards population health systems

David Buck, senior fellow, public h... more >
We need more women leaders in local government

31/08/2016We need more women leaders in local government

Cllr Gillian Keegan, director of Wo... more >

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19/08/2016A new wave of uncertainty

Since the last edition of PSE, the landscape facing the public sector has altered dramatically and brought with it a great deal of uncertainty – as if there wasn’t enough of that before.  Following the UK’s vote to leave the European Union (well, the English and Welsh vote), we have a completely new-look government, with Theresa May at the head. Fortuitously, Professor Chris Painter has been on hand to provide a round-up of all the changes and their potential... read more >

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How prepared is the public sector for the NLW?

How prepared is the public sector for the NLW?

Conor D’Arcy, policy analyst at the Resolution Foundation, looks at the potential impact of the National Living Wage (NLW) and apprenticesh... more > more last word articles >

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