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Lord Kerslake has shared his thoughts with PSE following the launch of the UK2070 Commission, we hear from London Councils on how they are dealing with the Coronavirus pandemic and The Institute of Economic Development sets out short, medium and long-term suggestions to preserve the economy. 

Fleet and Transport p14-23

BMW takes us on a journey back to 1972 and how through the ages, they've stayed ahead of the curve. We also hear from Crown Commercial Service on the public sector side of things and how a new Automotive skills taskforce is revolutionising the West Midlands. 

Integrated Health and Social Care p24-31

Learn and Skills for Health and look at adult social care in Birmingham. A special feature from the MIND is also included to guide people through the coronavirus pandemic. 

Energy and Sustainability p32-39

Housing Minister Christoper Pincher MP Gives us an in-depth look into why homes of the future are key to tackling climate change. Energy Systems Catapult and Schneider Electic offer us their solutions and we hear from Debbie Trebilco on leading a zero-carbon lifestyle. 

Digital Transformation p50-57

This section takes a huge focus on Smart Cities, from the perspective of the local council or those planning and delivering the schemes. We also hear from the National Cyber Security Centre on Cyber Security in the Public Sector. 

Training and Development p58-65

Young voices matter - that's the message from Durham County Council as we learn about their prized Youth Council. A message echoed by the Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education as they talk us through the difference T levels could make to the education sector. 

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