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Government under fire for lack of care funding after £20bn NHS pledge

18/06/2018Government under fire for lack of care funding after £20bn NHS pledge

Council chiefs have heavily criticised Theresa May for not including social care funding in her promise to increase cash resources by £20bn... more >
Somerset should form three unitary authorities, MP suggests

12/06/2018Somerset should form three unitary authorities, MP suggests

Bath and North East Somerset Council leader, Tim Warren, has revealed that he would be open to a council merger, backing MP James Heappey’s r... more >
Northamptonshire failure inspires new county-district deal with joint CEO

30/05/2018Northamptonshire failure inspires new county-district deal with joint CEO

Proposals are being considered for joint working between Cherwell District Council and Oxfordshire County Council following the former’s deci... more >
Grenfell, one year on

18/06/2018Grenfell, one year on

In the year since the Grenfell Tower disaster, the LGA ... more >
School cuts coalition blasts education secretary over ‘dangerously inadequate’ SEND funding

18/06/2018School cuts coalition blasts education secretary over ‘dangerously inadequate’ SEND funding

Almost 40 local councils alongside trade unions have co... more >

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A shocking eight out of ten workers have lost confidence in the future of council services, survey finds

18/06/2018A shocking eight out of ten workers have lost confidence in the future of council services, survey finds

Council services are failing residents with over two thirds believing they don’t receive help and support when they need it, a new survey has found. Severe spending cuts to budgets of ... more >
Grenfell, one year on

18/06/2018Grenfell, one year on

In the year since the Grenfell Tower disaster, the LGA has been working tirelessly to ramp up fire safety regulations and ban ‘desktop’ fire safety tests in order to prevent such a tr... more >
Government under fire for lack of care funding after £20bn NHS pledge

18/06/2018Government under fire for lack of care funding after £20bn NHS pledge

Council chiefs have heavily criticised Theresa May for not including social care funding in her promise to increase cash resources by £20bn annually for the NHS to mark the service’s ... more >
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Data at the heart of digital transformation

03/04/2018Data at the heart of digital transformation

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GDPR: The public sector scarecrow

03/04/2018GDPR: The public sector scarecrow

SPONSORED INTERVIEW PSE’s Josh Mines chats to Martin de Martini, C... more >
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05/03/2018Keeping London safe

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A shocking eight out of ten workers have lost confidence in the future of council services, survey finds

18/06/2018A shocking eight out of ten workers have lost confidence in the future of council services, survey finds

Council services are failing residents with over two thirds believing they don’t receive help and support when they need it, a new survey has found. Severe spending cuts to budgets of ... more >
Grenfell, one year on

18/06/2018Grenfell, one year on

In the year since the Grenfell Tower disaster, the LGA has been working tirelessly to ramp up fire safety regulations and ban ‘desktop’ fire safety tests in order to prevent such a tr... more >
Government under fire for lack of care funding after £20bn NHS pledge

18/06/2018Government under fire for lack of care funding after £20bn NHS pledge

Council chiefs have heavily criticised Theresa May for not including social care funding in her promise to increase cash resources by £20bn annually for the NHS to mark the service’s ... more >
School cuts coalition blasts education secretary over ‘dangerously inadequate’ SEND funding

18/06/2018School cuts coalition blasts education secretary over ‘dangerously inadequate’ SEND funding

Almost 40 local councils alongside trade unions have condemned the education secretary for insufficient funding for young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). The S... more >
Brexit's long shadow over devolution

18/06/2018Brexit's long shadow over devolution

The EU Referendum and the stop-start Brexit negotiations have left a looming shadow of uncertainty over devolution in the UK, writes Anthony Salamone, research fellow at strategic a at the Scotti... more >

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The work of the vanguards can help overcome the challenges of integrated care

29/05/2018The work of the vanguards can help overcome the challenges of integrated care

Following the announcement of the second wave of integrated care systems (ICSs), NHS Providers, the NHS Confederation, NHS Clinical Commissioners (NHSCC) and the LGA refl... more >
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Grenfell, one year on

18/06/2018Grenfell, one year on

In the year since the Grenfell Tower disaster, the LGA has been working tir... more >
Brexit's long shadow over devolution

18/06/2018Brexit's long shadow over devolution

The EU Referendum and the stop-start Brexit negotiations have left a loomin... more >
Decisions, decisions

18/06/2018Decisions, decisions

The true social value of procurement comes from asking challenging question... more >

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25/10/2017Take a moment to celebrate

Devolution, restructuring and widespread service reform: from a journalist’s perspective, it’s never been a more exciting time to report on the public sector. That’s why I could not be more thrilled to be taking over the reins at PSE at this key juncture. There could not be a feature that more perfectly encapsulates this feeling of imminent change than the article James Palmer, mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough, has penned for us on p28. In it, he highlights... read more >

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The importance of openness after Grenfell

The importance of openness after Grenfell

Following the recent Grenfell Tower tragedy, Lord Porter, chairman of the LGA, argues that if the public are going to have faith in the safety testing process then everything must be out in the open more > more last word articles >